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Textbook Problem

(a) Calculate the radius of 58Ni, one of the most tightly bound stable nuclei.

(b) What is the ratio of the radius of 58Ni to that at 258Ha, one of the largest nuclei ever made? Note that the radius of the largest nucleus is still much smaller than ?le size of an atom.

To determine

(a)

The radius of a N58i nucleus.

Explanation

Given info:

Nuclear constant

  r0=1.2 fm

Mass number of a N58i nucleus

  A=58

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

To determine

(b)

The ratio of the radii of N58i to H258a

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