what is the difference between nuclear energy and binding energy? in a nucleus
Asked by saket shandilya | 26th Dec, 2013, 02:13: PM
Binding energy is the energy within which nucleons are bound in a nucleus. It relates to a particular nucleus and its constituents.
However, nuclear energy is the energy due to the transmutation of less stable nuclei into more tighty bound nuclei.
Answered by | 26th Dec, 2013, 03:20: PM
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