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#DidYouKnow Nuclear Fusion is the safest way to create power. #NuclearFacts #NFF #Nuclear #Power #NuclearEnergy #NuclearFriendsFoundation MyGov India Narendra Modi Piyush Goyal Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change, Government of India Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India Ministry of Power, Government of India 

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Satyendra Nath Bose was born 122 years ago #onthisday. This Bengali-Indian physicist co-developed Bose-Einstein statistics and is the namesake of the “boson”!
Bose studied mathematics and quantum theory before joining the University of Dhaka as a researcher and lecturer. While at Dhaka, he submitted a paper to the British journal, ‘Philosophical Magazine’, on Max Planck’s quantum radiation law, using a novel way of counting the states of identical particles. When the paper was rejected, Bose sent it to Albert Einstein, who, recognizing the importance of Bose’s work, translated the paper into German and recommended it for publication in the prestigious ‘Zeitschrift für Physik’. Einstein later built on Bose’s ideas about particles to develop Bose-Einstein statistics, which they applied more generally to atoms. This also led to the predicted existence of the Bose-Einstein condensate.
Bose's paper was well-received by the scientific community and led to his work with renowned scientists such as Einstein, Marie Curie and Louis de Broglie. In 1954, already a fellow of The Royal Society, Bose was awarded the second highest civilian honour by the Government of India: the Padma Vibhushan. Five years later, he was appointed National Professor of India, the highest honour in the country for a scholar. He held that position for 15 years.
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#DidYouknow Nuclear reactor uses Uranium rods as fuel to produce heat which, thereby, generates Electricity. #NFF #NuclearPower #Nuclear #Power #NuclearFacts #NuclearFriendsFoundation +PiyushGoyalOffc  +Digital India +World Nuclear News +World Nuclear Association 
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#DidYouknow Carbon dioxide and water is used to take heat away to produce steam and generate electricity.
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#DidYouKnow Nuclear power plants are built only in a fraction of land as compared to solar and wind farms. #NuclearFacts #NFF #NuclearPower
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#DidYouKnow Fission of U235 nucleus releases 60,000,000 times as much as when a carbon atom burns.#NuclearFacts #NFF #NuclearFriendsFoundation #Budhiya

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#DidYouKnow Nuclear power is the fourth-largest source of energy after thermal, hydroelectric and renewable sources of electricity.
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#DidYouKnow The first reactors to produce a usable amount of power were built at Calder Hall in England #NuclearFacts #NFF #NuclearFriendsFoundation #Budhiya 
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