# chemistry

1. What is the binding energy per nucleon? Why is the binding energy per nucleon, rather than per nuclide, used to compare nuclide stability?

2. When a nucleus forms from nucleons, is energy absorbed or released? Why?

3. Many scientists reacted skeptically to Einstein's equation E=mc2. why?

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