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104.7 MeV, 7.478 MeV

The nitrogen atom has protons and 7 neutrons in its nucleus, and 7 orbital electrons. Let us calculate the mass defect of nitrogen nucleus.

Mass of (7 protons  + 7 electrons) = mass of 7 hydrogen atoms   This is the mass of all the constituent particles of the atom. The mass of the atom is 14.00307 u. Therefore, the mass defect of its nucleus is Now, 1 u of mass is equivalent to 931.5 MeV of energy. Therefore, the energy equivalent of 0.11243 u of mass is This is the binding energy of nitrogen nucleus. It contains 14 nucleons. Therefore, the binding energy per nucleons is

104.7 MeV/14 = 7.478 MeV.

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