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Thermonuclear - What does it mean?

thermonuclear | |

Nuclear vs Thermonuclear - What's the difference?

nuclear | thermonuclear |


As adjectives the difference between nuclear and thermonuclear

is that nuclear is (biology) pertaining to the nucleus of a cell while thermonuclear is of, or relating to the fusion of atomic nuclei at high temperatures.

Thermonuclear vs Nonthermonuclear - What's the difference?

thermonuclear | nonthermonuclear |


As adjectives the difference between thermonuclear and nonthermonuclear

is that thermonuclear is of, or relating to the fusion of atomic nuclei at high temperatures while nonthermonuclear is not thermonuclear.

Thermonuclear vs Ramscoop - What's the difference?

thermonuclear | ramscoop |


As an adjective thermonuclear

is of, or relating to the fusion of atomic nuclei at high temperatures.

As a noun ramscoop is

(science fiction) a proposed space travel technology using enormous electromagnetic fields as a scoop to collect and compress hydrogen and trigger thermonuclear fusion, thus powering the vessel.

Thermonuclear vs Thermonuclearly - What's the difference?

thermonuclear | thermonuclearly |


As an adjective thermonuclear

is of, or relating to the fusion of atomic nuclei at high temperatures.

As an adverb thermonuclearly is

in a thermonuclear manner.

Thermonuclear vs Zeta - What's the difference?

thermonuclear | zeta |


As an adjective thermonuclear

is of, or relating to the fusion of atomic nuclei at high temperatures.

As a noun zeta is

the name of the sixth letter of the modern greek alphabet ().

Pycnonuclear vs Thermonuclear - What's the difference?

pycnonuclear | thermonuclear |

Pycnonuclear is a see also of thermonuclear.


As adjectives the difference between pycnonuclear and thermonuclear

is that pycnonuclear is (physics) describing nuclear reactions caused by the density of the reactants while thermonuclear is of, or relating to the fusion of atomic nuclei at high temperatures.

Fission vs Thermonuclear - What's the difference?

fission | thermonuclear |


As a noun fission

is the process whereby one item splits to become two.

As a verb fission

is to cause to undergo fission.

As a adjective thermonuclear is

of, or relating to the fusion of atomic nuclei at high temperatures.

Weapon vs Thermonuclear - What's the difference?

weapon | thermonuclear |


As a noun weapon

is an instrument of attack or defense in combat or hunting, eg most guns, missiles, or swords.

As a adjective thermonuclear is

of, or relating to the fusion of atomic nuclei at high temperatures.

Temperature vs Thermonuclear - What's the difference?

temperature | thermonuclear |


As a noun temperature

is (obsolete) the state or condition of being tempered or moderated.

As a adjective thermonuclear is

of, or relating to the fusion of atomic nuclei at high temperatures.

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