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Which of the following is an advantage of using nuclear power plants to produce electricity? A. Nuclear power plants do not pollute the air. B. Nuclear power plants produce wastes that are easy
to dispose of. C. Nuclear power plants produce more stable wastes compared to fossil fuel combustion. D. all of the above
C. Nuclear power plants produce more stable wastes compared to fossil fuel combustion
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User: Which of the following is an advantage of using nuclear power plants to produce electricity? A. Nuclear power plants do not pollute the air. B. Nuclear power plants produce wastes that are easy to dispose of. C. Nuclear power plants produce more stable wastes compared to fossil fuel combustion. D. all of the above

Weegy: C. Nuclear power plants produce more stable wastes compared to fossil fuel combustion
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User: Question 14 of 20 5.0 Points Which of the following is NOT an advantage of using a fusion reaction instead of a fission reaction to produce energy? A. Workers are not in as much danger from radiation. B. Hydrogen is used, and hydrogen is easily obtained from water. C. No harmful waste products are produced. D. Fusion reactors require less energy than fission reactors do.

Weegy: D. Fusion reactors require less energy than fission reactors do.
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