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Mass Defect

Q. Calculate the total mass defect of 19-F. Use 18.9984 amu as the actual mass of 19-F. Express your answer in atomic mass units to the fourth decimal place.

Solved • Mar 15, 2020

Mass Defect

Q. Calculate the binding energy (in MeV/nucleon) for the following nuclides. 63Cu(atomic mass = 62.93960amu) 84Sr(atomic mass = 83.91343amu)

Solved • Mar 24, 2020

Mass Defect

Q. What quantity of energy would be produced as one atom of plutonium-238 undergoes alpha decay to uranium-234? A.6.0 ×10–7 J. D.1.1 ×10–12J. B.2.6 ×10–8J. E.4.9 ×10–12J. C.7.0 ×10–10J

Solved • Feb 19, 2020

Mass Defect

Q. The overall reaction taking place during a hydrogen burning in a young star is. How much energy in Mev is released per He nucleus formed? How much energy in MeV is released per mole of He?

Solved • Dec 11, 2019

Mass Defect

Q. An atom of 186Ta has a mass of 185.958540 amu. Calculate the mass defect (deficit) in amu/atom. (a) 1.591 (b) 1.442 (c) 1.482 (d) 7.97 (e) 0

Solved • Dec 11, 2019

Mass Defect

Q. Consider the following reaction: Pu-239 + 2 n → Pu-41. If you said energy was released or absorbed calculate how much energy is released or absorbed in kJ/mol and in MeV. Round each of your answers to 3 significant digits.

Solved • Dec 10, 2019

Mass Defect

Q. Consider the following reaction: Al + He → P + n. If you said energy was released or absorbed calculate how much energy is released or absorbed in kJ/mol and in MeV. Round each of your answers to 3 significant digits.

Solved • Dec 10, 2019