Fission is the process of splitting something into smaller parts. In the context of pipes, it usually means splitting the main smoke stream into several smaller smoke streams. The smaller a smoke stream, the cooler it becomes. Smaller smoke streams also expose a greater percentage of their volume to the internal surface area of the pipe, leaving behind more tar and ash. In pipes, fission is accomplished using percs that force a single smoke stream through multiple openings.
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