What nuclear processes produce energy?

When heavy nuclei split, nuclei of lighter elements are formed, in which the binding energy is higher. The energy released in this process is equal to the difference between the binding energies of the newly formed elements and the decayed nucleus.
In the fusion of two light nuclei, new, heavier nuclei can be formed, the binding energy of which is significantly higher. This nuclear process also releases significant energy.

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