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fission  


      n  
1    the act or process of splitting or breaking into parts  
2      (Biology)   a form of asexual reproduction in single-celled animals and plants involving a division into two or more equal parts that develop into new cells  
3       short for       nuclear fission  
     (C19: from Latin fissio a cleaving)  


binary fission  
      n   asexual reproduction in unicellular organisms by division into two similar daughter cells  
fission bomb  
      n   a bomb in which the energy is supplied by nuclear fission  
   See       atomic bomb  
fission-fusion bomb  
      n      another name for       fusion bomb  
fission product  
      n   a nuclide produced either directly by nuclear fission or by the radioactive decay of such a nuclide  
fission reactor  
      n   a nuclear reactor in which a fission reaction takes place  
fission-track dating  
      n   the dating of samples of minerals by comparing the tracks in them by fission fragments of the uranium nuclei they contain, before and after irradiation by neutrons  
multiple fission  
      n     (Zoology)   asexual reproduction in unicellular organisms, esp. sporozoans, in which the nucleus divides a number of times, followed by division of the cytoplasm, to form daughter cells  
nuclear fission  
      n   the splitting of an atomic nucleus into approximately equal parts, either spontaneously or as a result of the impact of a particle usually with an associated release of energy,   (Sometimes shortened to)    fission      Compare       nuclear fusion  
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nuclear fission  
      n   the splitting of an atomic nucleus into approximately equal parts, either spontaneously or as a result of the impact of a particle usually with an associated release of energy,   (Sometimes shortened to)    fission             Compare       nuclear fusion  


binary fission  
      n   asexual reproduction in unicellular organisms by division into two similar daughter cells  
fission  
      n  
1    the act or process of splitting or breaking into parts  
2      (Biology)   a form of asexual reproduction in single-celled animals and plants involving a division into two or more equal parts that develop into new cells  
3       short for       nuclear fission  
     (C19: from Latin fissio a cleaving)  
fission bomb  
      n   a bomb in which the energy is supplied by nuclear fission  
   See       atomic bomb  
fission-fusion bomb  
      n      another name for       fusion bomb  
fission product  
      n   a nuclide produced either directly by nuclear fission or by the radioactive decay of such a nuclide  
fission reactor  
      n   a nuclear reactor in which a fission reaction takes place  
fission-track dating  
      n   the dating of samples of minerals by comparing the tracks in them by fission fragments of the uranium nuclei they contain, before and after irradiation by neutrons  
multiple fission  
      n     (Zoology)   asexual reproduction in unicellular organisms, esp. sporozoans, in which the nucleus divides a number of times, followed by division of the cytoplasm, to form daughter cells  

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fission  

  
breaking, cleavage, division, parting, rending, rupture, schism, scission, splitting  

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