The binding energy energies of deuteron and -particle are 1.112 and 7.07 MeV/nucleon respectively. Find out in the process , state whether energy is supplied or liberated and how much?
Let us consider the nuclear reaction :
Deuteron has 2 nucleons. So, binding energy of deuteron
has 4 nucleons. So, binding energy of is
Thus, , in comparison to , has more binding energy. So, 23.8 MeV energy will be liberated in this process.
An electron and its antiparticle are annihilated after collision. How much energy will be obtained? What will be the wavelength of the emitted radiation (energy)? (Mass of electron , speed of light and Planck’s constant )
A 1-MeV positron collides head-on with a 1-MeV electron and they are annihilated, producing -rays. Compute total energy of the resulting -rays and their wavelength.Given : rest mass of electron or positron = 0.000549 u, .
A neutron breaks into a photon , an electron and antineutrino . Calculate the energy released in this process in MeV. Given : mass of electron , mass of proton , mass of neutron .
A neutron is absorbed by a nucleus with subsequent emission of an -particle. Write the corresponding nuclear reaction and calculate the energy released in the reaction.
Calculate the binding energy of an -particle in MeV. The masses of proton, neutron and -particle are 1.00728, 1.00867 and 4.00151 urespectively.
Calculate the binding energy of a deuteron in MeV.Given : mass of neutron = 1.008665 u, mass of hydrogen atom , mass of deuterium atoms .
Calculate the binding energy of a nitrogen nucleus in MeV. Given : mass of hydrogen atom = 1.00783 u, mass of
neutron = 1.00867 u and mass of nitrogen atom . Take 1 u = 931.5 MeV/c2.
Calculate the binding energy per nucleon of carbon nucleus. Given : mass of carbon atom = 12.00000 u, mass of proton = 1.00867 u, mass of electron = 1.00055 u. The energy equivalent of 1 u is 931.5 MeV.
Calculate the binding energy per nucleon of the nuclei of . Given :mass of hydrogen atom = 1.007825 u, mass of neutron = 1.008665 u, mass of atom = 55.934939 u, mass of atom = 208.980388u and . Which nucleus is more stable?
A heavy nucleus X of mass number A = 240 and binding energy per nucleon = 7.6 MeV is split into two nearly equal fragments Y and Z of mass numbers A1 = 110 and A2 = 130. The binding energy of each one of these nuclei is 8.5 MeV per nucleon. Calculate the total binding energy of each of the nuclei X, Y and Z, and hence the energy Q released per fission in MeV.