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Asked by rohandhawaniya17112006 | 06 Mar, 2024, 03:32: PM

Density of nucleus = mass / volume

Let A be the mass number of nucleus  and m be mass of nucleon ( proton or neutron)

Mass of nucleus = A × m

Radius R of the nucleus is

R = Ro A1/3 .

where Ro is a constant

Volume = (4/3) π R3 = (4/3) π Ro3 A

Hence denisty ρ of nucleus is

From above expression , we see that density of nucleus is constant .

Hence ratio of nuclear density of He+ and Li++ is 1 : 1

Answered by Thiyagarajan K | 06 Mar, 2024, 09:20: PM

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