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Nuclear Bombswhen my topic started from my sources was in 1945it started in 1945 during the manhattan projectduring that time the atmic bomb was just about to be finished but the inventor of the atomic bomb is yet to be known from what i could get i would say the inventor was(Leo Szilard)proof of inventor at

!!!!!!!WARNING!!!!!!!!!!!NUCLEAR BOMBS!!!!

Defining Nuclear Bombsthe definition of a nuclear bomb is a destructive device used to force or protect a goverment or a place of need. in wars nuclear bombs were discribed as the bombs of all bombs and that they had can cause untold damage to a town or even a country if necessary.

Bombs dropped in (World War I) (World war II)the bombs dropped in world war I U.S.A. at least 456,365 cluster bombs were dropped on Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam. And yet not all of those bombs actually detonated. this i not all the bombs dropped in world war 1 and Vietnam.On August 6, 1945, during World War II (1939-45), an American B-29 bomber dropped the world’s first deployed atomic bomb over the Japanese city of Hiroshima. The explosion wiped out 90 percent of the city and immediately killed 80,000 people; tens of thousands more would later die of radiation exposure. Three days later, a second B-29 dropped another A-bomb on Nagasaki, killing an estimated 40,000 people.(Found at (and)

STEMhow STEM is used in nuclear bombswel on way is the theoretical calculations, mathematical models, and computer simulations used to perfect the A-Bomb.well sicence is used in the effects of the bombs and math is used in the models to predict how big it will be using models in technology to engineer the bomb and to make it possible.

Manhattan ProjectThe achievements of the Manhattan Project include the first nuclear reactors, the enrichment and production of the explosive Uranium-235 isotope in large quantities, the discovery of the element plutonium, the bulk production and chemical purification of the explosive Plutonium-239 isotope, and working atomic bomb designs for both uranium and plutonium, based on substantially different principles. All in seven years; most of the work took place between 1942 and July 1945. Comparable advances in rocketry, for example, took place between World War I (1914) and Sputnik (1957), a span of over forty years.

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