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Criticality The term 'Criticality' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' The normal operating condition of a reactor, in which nuclear fuel sustains a fission chain reaction. A reactor achieves criticality (and is said to be critical) when each fission event releases a sufficient number of neutrons to sustain an ongoing series of reactions. '.
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