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    what is the specific charge of a gold nucleus? the mass of a gold nucleus is 3.29x10^25kg
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    To work out specific charge of that I used the formulae : charge/mass
    So substituting the numbers in : 79*1.6*10^-19/3.29*10^-25
    Therefore specific charge for gold nucleus = 3.84*10^7 C/kg
 
 
 
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