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If in a question I am calculating the energy realised of a heavy nuclei into two lighter nuclei and am given the binding energies per nucleon for each nucleus I presume that I calculate the difference in the total binding energies between the heavy nuclei and the lighter nucleis?
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If in a question I am calculating the energy realised of a heavy nuclei into two lighter nuclei and am given the binding energies per nucleon for each nucleus I presume that I calculate the difference in the total binding energies between the heavy nuclei and the lighter nucleis?
Yes. BE of product nuclei - BE of starting nucleus
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