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How does a nuclear power plant produce electricity?

A:Quickly moving neutrons coming out of the reaction are slowed down by water. The water heats up and turns into steam. The steam turns the turbine and produces electricity.

B:Quickly moving neutrons coming out of nuclear reactions are used to turn turbines that produce electricity.

C:Quickly moving neutrons coming out of the reaction create a gas which turns a turbine that produces electricity.

D:Quickly moving neutrons give their kinetic energy to the surrounding water. The water's energy is then used to turn turbines and produce electricity.
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 A . Quickly moving neutrons coming out of reaction are slowed down by water. The water heats up and turns into steam. The steam turns the turbine and produces electricity. 

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