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Paul Peter Urone + 1 other
ISBN: 9781938168000
Textbook Problem

Calculate the energy output in each of the fusion reactions in the proton−proton cycle, and verify the values given in the above summary.

To determine

The energy output in each of the fusion reactions in the proton-proton cycle and verify the values.

Explanation

Given info:

m(H1)=1.007825032um(H2)=2.014101778um(H3e)=3.0160293 um(H4e)=4.002602um(e+)=0.00054857um(e)=0.00054857uEnergy of 1 u = 931.5MeV

Formula used:

Energy,

  E=Δmc2

Calculation:

  1. H1+H1H2+e++υe

    Δm=2×1.0078250322.0141017780.000548570.00054857Δm=0

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