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The energy released during a nuclear reaction is a result of

June 2018 NY Regents Chemistry Exam


29 The energy released during a nuclear reaction is a result of (1) breaking chemical bonds (2) forming chemical bonds (3) mass being converted to energy

(4) energy being converted to mass


Solution: Nuclear reactions release a lot of energy through the conversion of mass into energy.

Answer: 3


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