What is the binding energy of one mole of 234Th90 if the mass defect is 1.908 g/mol?

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May 3, 2017

Answer:

Well, #"energy"="mass"xxc^2#, where #c="speed of light."#

Explanation:

You know that masses are conserved in chemical reactions. However, this is a PHYSICAL not a chemical reaction, where nuclear processes occur with the release of a vast amount of energy. So try it out...........

We know that #1*g-=1xx10^-3*kg#.

#N_A=6.022xx10^23*mol^-1#

#c=3.00xx10^8*m*s^-1#.