http://www.nndc.bnl.gov/masses/mass.mas03, and the missing data: u=931.50MeV p=1.00728u=938.28MeV d=2.01355u=1875.63MeV e=0.511MeV A(a,b)B=a+A->b+B Q=[(m(a)+m(A))-(m(b)+m(B)]MeV (1) This can't be more simple, but in every example that I saw in my lectures different values occur. For example: 3He+3He->4He+2p (this is not 3 times He, but p+p+n), Q=12.859 Using the table of masses from a given link and (1) I get Q=13.83MeV. The second thing I don't understand is when I have this situation: d+p->3He+photon, 1875.63MeV+938.28MeV->2809.4MeV+photon. Is Q now equal to energy of photon? In this case 1875.63 + 938.28 - 2809.4=4.51MeV+photon. Btw, also in my lectures Q of this reaction is 5.493MeV. I really can't understand these differences.