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the mass of 1 mole of radioactive C-14 is 14.003424 g. Calculate its binding energy in kilojoules per mole of nucleons.

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Calculate the total binding energy in kJ per mole nuclide and in
kJ/mol nucleons for the following nuclides, using the data given
below.
Nuclide
Total binding energy
kJ/mol nuclide
kJ/mol nucleons
(a)
8/4Be
(b)
26/12 Mg
(c)
235/92 U
Particle or atom
Mass (u)
proton
1.00728
neutron
1.00866
electron
0.00055
8/4 Be
8.00531
26/12 Mg
25.98259
235/92 U
235.04392
1 u = 1.66054×10-27
kg

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