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in this question, they ask us to calculate the mass effect and nuclear binding energy per nuclear for carbon 16. Now first finding the mess. The fact What we have is six protons for carbon 16 and protons. Mass is going to be 1.0 783 plus 10 neutrons and neutrons mass ISS 1.0 866 Atomic mass units minus what we have over here is 16.14701 and this will give us 0.11 88 79 atomic mass units. Now, if you want to convert this to energy so the conversion factor is going to be 0.1188 79 multiplied by 900 31.5, and it would be cool to 110.7 to 4. And to find the nuclear binding energy per nuclear on, it means we need to divide this number by the amount off nuclear Hans, which in this case it's 16 because six off the protons and 10 off the neutrons. So 110.7 to 4 do I buy 16. Nuke nails equals two 6.9 to 1