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consider the radius of deuterium and tritium to be approximately 1.5*10^-15m each and that for the deuterium-tritium fusion reaction,the mass defect is approximately 18 MeV.Then, A) kinetic energy needed to overcome coulomb repulsion is approximately 8*10^-14 J. B) the temperature to which the gases must be heated to initiate reaction is of the order of 10^9 K. C)the amount of energy liberated in the reaction is approximately 18 MeV. D) mass defect involved in the reaction is 0.0123 amu. give the correct answer along with proper explanation and if u think that suppose options b and c are correct and a is not correct,then plz tell why a is not corrrect..expecting a good and early reply..


consider the radius of deuterium and tritium to be approximately 1.5*10^-15m each and that for the deuterium-tritium fusion reaction,the mass defect is approximately 18 MeV.Then,
A) kinetic energy needed to overcome coulomb repulsion is approximately 8*10^-14 J.
B) the temperature to which the gases must be heated to initiate reaction is of the order of 10^9 K.
C)the amount of energy liberated in the reaction is approximately 18 MeV.
D) mass defect involved in the reaction is 0.0123 amu.
 give the correct answer along with proper explanation and if u think that suppose options b and c are correct and a is not correct,then plz tell why a is not corrrect..expecting a good and early reply..
 


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