How do we use nuclear energy to generate electricity?
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When  a  nuclear  reaction  occurs, it  is  accompanied  heat energy  and  radiations.The  heat  energy  produced  is  harnessed  to  heat  up  water  at  high temperature  and  pressure  which  turns  the  turbines  of  an  alternator  to produce  electricity.
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nuclear energy is produce by nuclei of atom
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