The isotope generally used as a Nuclear Fuel is :

Options :
  1. U-236
  2. U-235
  3. U-240
  4. U-241
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 2

Explanation:

The fission of U-235 in reactors is triggered by the absorption of low energy neutrons often termed as slow neutrons or a thermal neutron.

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