as we have studied that if the number of electron becomes equal to number of proton then that particle becomes neutral. so what will the energy or procedure required to break the chain reaction in that nuclear process so that it can never resume back.
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I'm not sure if I understand your question correctly, but here is some background.
Most atoms are neutral because they do have an equal number of protons and electrons. However, the electrons only control chemical reactions, not nuclear ones. Nuclear reactions happen in the nucleus, i.e. the neutrons and protons. In a nuclear fission bomb, the uranium and plutonium atoms are neutral - until the energy of the explosion strips the electrons of the atoms. In a fusion bomb, a fission reaction is used to first remove the electrons, so that the nuclei of the fissionable material (deuterium and tritium) can get into contact with each other and fuse.