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Fermi Energy of a Nucleus

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Nov2-04, 05:09 PM
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What physical mean does the Fermi Energy of a nucleus have? How would it related to the average energy of a nucleus? I just worked a problem on this for HW and I got it to work out fine, I'm just not sure what it all means.
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