What happens when hydrogen nuclei fuse into helium nuclei?

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Jun 8, 2016

Answer:

Nuclear fusion occurs with the release of energy.

Explanation:

You might have better luck if you ask in the Physics section; fusion is not a chemical reaction. At the risk of muddying the waters, deuterium and tritium, hydrogen isotopes, can fuse to form helium with the release of vast energy:

#""^2H+""^3Hrarr""^4He + n+Delta#