Problem: The nucleus 3010Ne has a mass of 30.0192 u. (This is the mass of the nucleus, not the mass of the neutral atom.) What is its binding energy?

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The nucleus 3010Ne has a mass of 30.0192 u. (This is the mass of the nucleus, not the mass of the neutral atom.) What is its binding energy?

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