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In nuclear power plants in the United States, near-pure water functions as a (Points : 5) moderator, slowing down neutrons and, in turn, gains heat. moderator, cooling down as it slows
down neutrons that could cause fusion reactions. inhibitor, preventing neutrons from heating up and causing fusion reactions. inhibitor, preventing neutrons from cooling down and stopping the fission reactions.
The electron is a subatomic particle which has the symbol e? and a negative electric charge of 1 elementary charge.
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