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Paul Peter Urone + 1 other
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Textbook Problem

What is the radius of an (particle?

To determine

The radius of an a particle.

Explanation

Given info:

Nuclear constant

  r0=1.2 fm

Mass number of a particle

  A=4

Formula used:

The radius r of a nucleus is given by,

  r=r0A1/3

Calculation:

Substitute the given values of r0and A in the formula and calculate the value of r

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