Use the electron mass from Table 2.1 and the measured mass of the nuclide 18.998403 u, to determine the binding energy per nucleon (in megaelectronvolts) of this atom.
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Monday, February 1, 2016 Chapter 2 cont. charge on e = 1.609 x 10 -19c calculated mass on e = 9.11 x 10 -31kg Millikan Oil Drop experiment - Observed charges on oil droplets produced by x-rays with voltage on and voltage off. Voltage on-> droplets with negative charge will fall more slowly or even rise. - There must be another particle to neutralize atom. Proton • Radioactive material discoveries - gamma γ: high energy photons - alpha α: (helium nucleus) heavy emission - beta β: (free electrons) negative emission • Rutherford (1871-1937) Gold Foil experiment - tests “plum-pudding” model and concludes with his “nuclear” model - Noble Prize in Chemistry 1908 α Bombardment of Metal Foil: about 1
Textbook: General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications
Author: Ralph Petrucci
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