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Which of the following best describes how a nuclear reactor produces electricity?
During the nuclear fission process, one of the byproducts released from the splitting of the atom is electricity.
In the nuclear reactor vessel, one of the byproducts of nuclear fission, steam, is used to turn in a turbine-generator which produces electricity.
One of the byproducts of nuclear fission is plutonium. Plutonium is burned to create steam to produce electricity.
In a nuclear reactor, uranium-235 is mixed with natural gas to produce a burnable fuel. This fuel can be used to create electricity.
Nuclear reactors are not designed to produce electricity.