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Why do we subtract the mass of electrons from alpha particle while calculating q value when alpha particles have no electrons at all??

Why do we subtract the mass of electrons from alpha particle while calculating q value when alpha particles have no electrons at all??

Grade:12

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
we subtract the mass of electrons from alpha particle while calculating q value when alpha particles have no electrons at all because it is the process of the radiactive decay.  The electrons gets knocked off after striking with the high kinetic energy.

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