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asked May 4 in Engineering & Technology by (1.7k points)

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answered May 4 by (1.7k points)

A neutron has a slightly larger mass than the proton. These are often given in terms of an atomic mass unit, where one atomic mass unit (u) is defined as 1/12th the mass of a carbon-12 atom. You can use that to prove that a mass of 1 u is equivalent to an energy of 931.5 MeV.

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answered May 21 by (500 points)
Since atomic mass unit is equal to 1/12 the mass of one atom of carbon-12....we can use this phenomenon to prove that 1u =931MeV
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answered 2 weeks ago by (2,147m points)

Yes it is