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From a layman's perspective, i think i understand the process of controlled fission and how it supports elec power generation. The only part i can't seem to find information on is how the process actually starts. I see how the reactors controll the process and can even stop it. But when i look at how it starts, all i see is that a neutron has to bombard the plutonium or uranium to start the reaction/atom splitting. Does this just just occur naturally when the materials are in proximity or is there a device used to start the reaction afterwhich it is controlled by the nuclear plant mechanisms? Thanks walt

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    Plutonium is a radioactive actinide metal whose isotope, plutonium-239 (Pu-239), is one of the three primary fissile isotopes (uranium-233 and uranium-235 are the other two).[12] To be considered fissile, an isotope's atomic nucleus must be able to break apart or fission by being bombarded by thermal (slow-moving) neutrons and enough of those released neutrons must be able to hit other fissile nuclei to sustain the reaction.

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