Definition of Fissility. Meaning of Fissility. Synonyms of Fissility

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Definition of Fissility

Fissility
Fissility Fis*sil"i*ty, n. Quality of being fissile.

Meaning of Fissility from wikipedia

- nuclear engineering, fissile material is material capable of sustaining a nuclear fission chain reaction. By definition, fissile material can sustain...
- stratification. Fissility is distinguished from scaly fabric in thin section by the well-developed orientation of platy minerals such as mica. Fissility is the...
- centimeter in thickness, called fissility. It is the most common sedimentary rock. Shale typically exhibits varying degrees of fissility, breaking into thin layers...
- were clays or muds. Mudstone is distinguished from shale by its lack of fissility (parallel layering). The term mudstone is also used to describe carbonate...
- generates more fissile material than it consumes. Breeder reactors achieve this because their neutron economy is high enough to create more fissile fuel than...
- conditions through regional metamorphism metamorphic facies. Phyllite has good fissility (a tendency to split into sheets). Phyllites are usually black to gray...
- The Fissile Material Cutoff Treaty (FMCT) is a proposed international treaty to prohibit the further production of fissile material for nuclear weapons...
- specialized tool in the quarry, many slates will display a property called fissility, forming smooth flat sheets of stone which have long been used for roofing...
- fission events. Nuclear fission in fissile fuels is the result of the nuclear excitation energy produced when a fissile nucleus captures a neutron. This...
- in geological terms this feature is known as fissility. Based on the Köppen climate cl****ification, Fissile Peak is located in the marine west coast climate...
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