Why does the release of hydrogen make so much energy?



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    I assume you mean nuclear fission, which can result in the release of hydrogen but also in a lot of other elements as byproducts. The force holding the atoms in a nucleus together is extremely strong, so a lot of energy is released when those bonds are broken (versus a much smaller amount when molecules are broken apart).

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