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During nuclear fission, great amounts of energy are produced from A. very small amounts of mass. B. tremendous amounts of mass. C. a series of chemical reactions. D. particle accelerators.
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User: During nuclear fission, great amounts of energy are produced from A. very small amounts of mass. B. tremendous amounts of mass. C. a series of chemical reactions. D. particle accelerators.

User: During nuclear fission, great amounts of energy are produced from A. very small amounts of mass. B. tremendous amounts of mass. C. a series of chemical reactions. D. particle accelerators.





Weegy: A. very small amounts of mass.
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