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Energy from one hydrogen atom

by adimantium
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adimantium
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Sep20-13, 07:31 PM
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According to Einstein's equation, E=mc^2, I calculated the energy from one hydrogen atom to be roughly 5.01*10^-15 newtons. I am unsure as to if this is correct. Please help me.
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Sep20-13, 08:17 PM
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Energy is not measured in Newtons.


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