Is R = Ro A1/3 dimensionally correct ?????
Asked by | 31st Oct, 2009, 04:55: AM
Yes, the equation is dimentionally correct , since mass no. is a dimensionless quantity, dimension of LHS = dimension of RHS= [ M0 L1 T0 ]
Here, it is not necessary that L should be in metres, for small distances like nuclear radius, it is generally calculated in fermi.
The last part of the question has been already answered , pls. refer the already answered the question.
Answered by | 1st Nov, 2009, 02:43: PM
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