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Why do nuclear fusion reactions only take place in the interior of a star (rather than at the surface)?



The magnetic fields are strongest there.



The temperature and density are highest in the centre.



The core is the only place where hydrogen is found.



The strong nuclear force is only active in the centres of stars.

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