I will pay for the following article Principles, Practices, and Prospects of Nuclear Energy. The work is to be 11 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
As the paper outlines, the books .Nuclear energy: Principles, practices, and prospects by D. Bodansky establish that the need for nuclear energy arises from the worldwide diminishing levels of natural fossils and other power producing utilities, which may render industrial revolution into a stable state. Bodansky relatively expounds that rapid population growth steered power consumption. thus, the dilemma pushed for a mandatory energy alternative source throughout the world (Bodansky, 2004). The writer argues that the scientific discoveries targeted to implement alternative sources of energy that would ensure constant production in the industrialized world. The writer emphasizes the production of nuclear energy over other sources, for example, crude, natural gas, and coal as it is a carbon-free emitting compound. Nuclear energy gained acceptability throughout the superpower countries that learned of the importance of producing the alternative energy source in stimulating economic growth, and significance in the gross domestic product (Bodansky, 2004). Bodansky elaborates on the intensive use of the carbon-free energy but relates the production as dependent on the radiant uranium neutron and electron reacting to produce energy. The author stipulates that the chemical reactions involving the neutrons and electrons appear in a sequence of reactions called the fission process (Bodansky, 2004). The writer depicts that possible emissions to the space range in millions of isotopic compounds and the effects would ultimately stimulate global warming (Bodansky, 2004). The author elaborates that, his arguments base on the following facts. nuclear waste disposal turns a tricky issue throughout the manufacturing countries as it is non-biodegradable, thus becoming harmful to the flora and fauna (Bodansky, 2004).