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Calculate the energy released in the fusion reaction 2 3 4 1
1 H + 1 H->2 H +0 n. The atomic mass of 3
1 H (tritium is 3.016049 u.


I am lost! help please!

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  1. I have no idea what reaction you are trying to explore.

    For energy released, add the masses of the atoms as reactants, then subtract the masses of the product. That is the mass converted to energy.

  2. ohh..sorry! It didn't turn out the way I typed it

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  3. 1-1H + 3-1 H yield 4-2 He
    What is energy in Kj per mole?

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