Hydrogen bombs

Hydrogen bombs

Hydrogen bombs usually do not contain hydrogen because it is difficult to store. They instead use lithium that is split into hydrogen by an atomic bomb. It worked so well that the first bomb went off with 3 times the expected yield, set the world record, and still holds the US record for yield.

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