what is the the diff. between NUCLEAR FORCE and BINDING ENERGY ?

Asked by Prerak Mahajan | 20th Feb, 2011, 08:54: PM

Expert Answer:

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Nuclear force is the force which acts between the nucleons of a nucleus which binds it together and gives it a stability. Now in order to break theis nucleus, we shall have to supply some energy. So, the energy required to break the nucleus is called its binding energy.
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Answered by  | 21st Feb, 2011, 12:29: PM

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