The most powerful bomb. Opposite of atom bomb, but similar in power. While the Atom Bomb uses nuclear fission(a mass of material is assembled into a supercritical mass((a mass enough to start a nuclear chain reaction)). neutrons are then injected which causes the reaction and later the explosion).
hydrogen bombs instead use nuclear fusion,(joining of atoms to make heavier atoms.) then adding tritium, deuterium, or lithium deuteride, along with xrays and gamma rays from fission, making them thousands of times more powerful than atom bombs.yea.
(some of this info from www.wikipedia.org)
If you get hit by one of those you are screwed
Out of the 26,0000 nuclear bombs, the Russian Federation and the U.S own 96% of them. A lot of those are hydrogen bombs
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