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M n and M p represent mass of neutron and proton respectively. If an element having atomic mass M has N-neutron and Z-proton, then the correct relation will be (a) M n + ZM p ] (b) M> [NM n + ZM p ] (c) M = [NM n + ZM p ] (d) M = N[M 0 + Mp]



Mn and Mp represent mass of neutron and proton respectively. If an element having atomic mass M has N-neutron and Z-proton, then the correct relation will be


(a)    M < [NMn + ZMp]


(b)    M> [NMn + ZMp]


(c)    M = [NMn + ZMp]


(d)    M = N[M0 + Mp]


 


Grade:upto college level

1 Answers

Navjyot Kalra
askIITians Faculty 654 Points
7 years ago

(a)

Given: Mass of neutron = Mn

Mass of proton = Mp;

Atomic mass of the

element = M; Number of neutrons in the

element = N and number of protons in the

element = Z. We know that the atomic mass (M) of any stable nucleus is always less than the sum of the masses of the constituent particles.

Therefore, M < [NMn + ZMp].

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