What is the Meaning of: Reactor | Concept and Definition of: Reactor

Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use
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A reactor is a type of motor (motor reaction says). These engines discharge fluids at high speed to produce a boost following Newton's third law. According this law, each action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
A nuclear reactor is a facility in which one can start, maintain and control a nuclear reaction of fusion or fission. The devices are used to obtain energy, propel ships and satellites, production of fissile material (such as plutonium) or create nuclear bombs.
Nuclear power plants are the spaces containing several reactors. They are usually installed in areas without seismic activity (to avoid accidents) and near the water (to facilitate the cooling of the circuits).
Nuclear reactors emit no greenhouse gases in the atmosphere although they produce radioactive waste cannot be disposed of in thousands of years. This is so that the potential for accidents lead defenders of ecology to criticize the reactors.
The chemical reactor, for its part, is the installation in which a chemical reaction occurs. It may be continuous or discontinuous reactors (according to their mode of operation) or homogeneous or heterogeneous reactors (according to the phases that they welcome).
Finally, a bioreactor is the system that manages to maintain a biologically active environment. As a general rule, the bioreactor has chemical processes involving organisms.
The bioreactor is to preserve environmental conditions appropriate for the cultivated any body by controlling the temperature, humidity, etc.