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When two deuterium nuclei fuse together to form a tritium nucleus, we get a
  1. deuteron
  2. neutron
  3. alpha particle
  4. proton

A
deuteron
B
proton
C
neutron
D
alpha particle
Solution
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Here the nuclear reaction : 221H(deutron)31H(tritium)
For balancing the reaction : 221H31H+11H(proton)
Thus, we will get a proton in this reaction.

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