anonymous
  • anonymous
hey guys can you help me how to change energy into Mev
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anonymous
  • anonymous
can any one answer my question please..
anonymous
  • anonymous
Mev is mega electron volts?
anonymous
  • anonymous
1eV is by definition the amount of energy gained by the electron when accelerated throug a potential of 1V if you let an electron accelerate through a potential difference of 1V, the energy gained by the electron = work by the field = qV = 1.6 X 10^-19 J hence.. 1eV = 1.6 X 10^ -19 J or 1MeV = 1.6 X 10^ -19 X 10^6 = -1.6 X 10^-13J so 1 J = 1/ (1.6 X 10^-13) MeV

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anonymous
  • anonymous
f during the radioactive decay of cobalt -60 , a gamma ray with 1.33 MeV energy is released. calculate the decrease in mass(in kg) of cobalt-60 nucleus as result of this emission. can you explain this?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the energy in Joules, then use Einstiens equation E = mC^2 and calculate m
anonymous
  • anonymous
that is in Mev how i change that into J
anonymous
  • anonymous
can you work out that please.

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