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What happens to the heat that is produced from fission reactions that occur in nuclear power plants?

a. It is used to turn water into steam. b. It is used to heat loca...

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What happens to the heat that is produced from fission reactions that occur in nuclear power plants?

a. It is used to turn water into steam.
b. It is used to heat local buildings.
c. It is a waste product and is not used.
d. It is used to power nuclear fusion reactions.

Answer

Most commonly the heat generated is used to heat water to use it as well in energy generation processes in a combined energy generator.

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