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HOw do i solve for this? what steps do I need to do, any examples you can give to help me with to solve?

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HOw do i solve for this? what steps do I need to do, any examples you can give to help me with to solve?

Dx

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quantumdude

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Dx,

I made a mistake. The amu is not the mass of one proton, it is 1/12 the mass of a C^{12} atom.

I made a mistake. The amu is not the mass of one proton, it is 1/12 the mass of a C

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dav2008

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EDIT: Its 931.5 MeV/c^2 for each amu

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Thanks you guys are the bomb!

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