71. (a) Following Sample Problem 42-10, we compute ∆Et≈=×⋅×=×−−=avgeV fsseV.414 10210 1066 1015226./..chπ(b) In order to fully distribute the energy in a fairly large nucleus, and create a “compound nucleus” equilibrium configuration, about 10
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