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How much energy would be required to break a helium

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Problem 59GP

Problem 59GP

How much energy would be required to break a helium nucleus into its constituents, two protons and two neutrons? The masses of a proton (including an electron), a neutron, and neutral helium are, respectively, 1.00783 u, 1.00867 u, and 4.00260 u. (This energy difference is called the total binding energy of the 42He nucleus.)

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Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
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