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is that Co like Cobalt?
this is what i have so far The mass defect of a nucleus would be 0.56342 amu. The mass defect in kilograms is 9.355 × 10-28 kilograms.
Yes Co as in colbalt
I just need help on What is the energy equivalent of this mass in kilojoules?
calculate the mass of cobalt due to protons and neutrons. Subtract the mass you get from 59.9338 . The remaining mass is mass defect (in amu). Convert this to kg For energy equivalent. Multiply the mass defect you get by 931.5 MeV to get your answer
The mass defect of a nucleus would be 0.56342 amu. The mass defect in kilograms is 9.355 × 10-28 kilograms. ^ am i correct?
931.5 MeV is the answer for energy equivalent.????
Nope. (Mass defect * 931.5 MeV) is the answer for energy equivalent.
After you have done that. 1MeV = 10^6 eV = 1.6 *10^(-13) J
0.56342 x 931.5 = ?
is that how it should be?
0.56342 x 931.5 x 1.6 *10^(-13)
This is to get the answer in joules
8.39721168 × 10^-11?
is that the answer?
energy equivalent of this mass in joules = 8.39721168 × 10^-11 J Therefore What is the energy equivalent of this mass in kilojoules?
Im really confused..
1 kilojoules = 10^3 joules Now try :)
8.39721168 × 10^-14
@Hayatcakes , you are right
But make sure you always write the units while writing the answer