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Nuclear Fission Animation for Science

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Uploaded on Apr 21, 2009

This is my first animation in Blender, a 3d modeling program. It shows a neutron hitting Uranium, which then splits into Xenon and Strontium, releasing 3 neutrons in the process. The video is for my Energy Panel for Science.

If you want the .blend files, PM me and I'll post them on a sharing service.

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