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The experimentally measured mass of the 200Hg atom is 199.968316 u. Find the binding energy
per nucleon predicted by the semiempirical binding energy formula and compare with the actual
value of e for this nucleus
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The experimentally measured mass of the 200Hg atom is 199.968316 u. Find the binding energy per nucleon predicted by the semiempirical binding energy formula and compare with the actual value of e for this nucleus

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