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Markus Hanke
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Dec30-11, 03:40 AM
P: 95
Your question is somewhat unclear, so not sure how to respond. In nuclear physics, at least in the low energy regime, gravity does not really come into play simply because its effects are orders of magnitude smaller than those of the other fundamental forces. Of course there is gravitational attraction between the various particles that make up an atomic nucleus, but it is so small as to be negligible so far as nuclear energy generation is concerned.