1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 1_0_n + 235_92_U 140_54_Xe + 94_38_Sr + 2 1_0_n Using the above reaction, determine the amount of energy. 2. Relevant equations mi = 235.043925u + 1.008665u + 236.05259u mf = 140.914406u + 93.915356U + 2(1.008665u) = 236.847092Uu delta m = 0.794502 E = deltam(c^2) = (0.794505u)(931.5MeV/c^2/u)c^2 = 740.078613 3. The attempt at a solution See above in part . My answer is incorrect. I double checked my work, and I got the same answer. Can anybody figure out what I'm doing wrong? Thanks.
Compare: mi = 235.043925u + 1.008665u m (U-236) = 236.05259u mf = 140.914406u + 93.915356U + 2(1.008665u) ^{235}U + n -> ^{236}U* -> FP + 2n
Okay, how do I incorporate the middle product into my equation? The book wasn't too good with explaining that part.