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Posted by Mima on Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 4:07pm.

For the following fusion reaction, Calculate change in energy per mole.( Answer in J/mole)
2H1 + 2H1 ---> 3H1 + 1H1
(the mass number is in front of the atom and the atomic number is behind the atom)

Given info:Atoms with their masses(amu)
H-1 1.00782
H-2 2.01410
H-3 3.01605
He-3 3.01603
He-4 4.00260
neutron 1.00866

I know delta E=(C^2)(delta m)
and I know delta m= products mass- reactants mass
and I know 1 amu = 1.661X10^-27 Kg

I got delta E= -0.297 x 10^-6 but still my answer is wrong.

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