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hydrogen bomb

noun as in nuclear bomb


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No national leader in the world today has seen a nuclear explosion, much less the detonation of a multi-megaton hydrogen bomb.

Harold Agnew, former director of the Los Alamos nuclear weapons lab, believed that world leaders should be periodically required to witness the detonation of a hydrogen bomb, simply to remind them of what would happen if things got out of hand.

The effect is akin to a hydrogen bomb, a powerful thermonuclear weapon in which fission reactions trigger fusion, says Matt Caplan of Illinois State University in Normal.

He also worked on Project Matterhorn B in the early 1950s, the controversial US effort to develop a hydrogen bomb.

Any chance the suspended hydrogen bomb will make a return appearance later in the season?

"It's true that one of the possibilities in building a hydrogen bomb concerns deuterium," the scientist said.

Most of the reporting night shift at the Aiken hydrogen bomb plant never reached the tightly-guarded gates.

Force of a hydrogen bomb—forty thousand innocent people gone in a microsecond.

"That rocket was built around a hydrogen bomb," O'Donnell said, his strong face triumphant.

His words were broken off by the tremendous roar and concussion of the hydrogen bomb.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hydrogen bomb, such as: fusion bomb, h-bomb, and thermonuclear bomb.

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