EEE460-Homework2-S12 - 3.3 E = 10.2 eV 4.2(c BE/A = 8.790...

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EEE 460 Nuclear Power Engineering Spring 2012 EEE460-Homework K. E. Holbert Homework Assignment #2 Due: Thursday, January 19 Chapter 3 Problems: 2, 3 , 6 Points [16]: (6), (4), (6) Chapter 4 Problems: 1(c),(d), 2 (c) ,(d), 3 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 9 Points [58]: (4), (6), (8), (12), (12), (12), (4) Selected Answers:
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Unformatted text preview: 3.3 E = 10.2 eV 4.2 (c) BE/A = 8.790 MeV 4.3 O-16: BE/A = 7.976 MeV 4.5 (a) 11.20 MeV 4.6 ( α ,p): Q = –1.19 MeV 4.7 (a) Q = 6.586 MeV, exoergic Remember : Some calculations in this course (e.g., mass defect) require the use of ~9 significant figures when atomic/nuclear data are used ....
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