What is the binding energy per nucleon of ? The mass of the atom is 262.1231u.
The binding energy per nucleon of is .
The binding energy per nucleon of an atom is as follows:
Using the given data in equation (i), determine the binding energy per nucleon of bohrium atom as follows:
Hence, the value of energy per nucleon is 7.31 MeV per nucleon.
After a brief neutron irradiation of silver, two isotopes are present: with an initial decay rate of ,and role="math" localid="1661598035621" with an initial decay rate of. Make a semilog plot similar to Fig. 42-9 showing the total combined decay rate of the two isotopes as a function of time t = 0 from until t = 10min .We used Fig. 42-9 to illustrate the extraction of the half-life for simple (one isotope) decays. Given only your plot of total decay rate for the two-isotope system here, suggest a way to analyze it in order to find the half-lives of both isotopes.
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