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Relationship between nuclear binding energy (B) and mass defect ( D ). B (Z,A) = [Zm (1H) +Nm n – M (Z,A) ]c 2 D = [M (Z,A) – A]c 2 all masses in atomic mass units (u)  B + D = [ Zm (1H) +Nm n – A]c 2 = [Z(1.007825) + N(1.008665) – Z – N]c 2

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relationship between nuclear binding energy b and mass defect d
Relationship between nuclear binding energy (B) and mass defect (D)

B (Z,A) = [Zm(1H) +Nmn – M(Z,A)]c2

D = [M(Z,A) – A]c2

all masses in atomic mass units (u)

 B + D = [Zm(1H) +Nmn – A]c2

= [Z(1.007825) + N(1.008665) – Z – N]c2

= [Z(0.007825) + N(0.008665)]c2

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Nuclei have nearly constant density

A/(4/3)pR3 ~ constant

 R a A1/3

 R = R0 A1/3 ,with R0 = 1.2 fm

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