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Introduction: chapter 31 # 3
                        
More Details: Two isotopes of a certain element have binding energies that differ by 4.6720 MeV. The isotope with the larger binding energy contains one more neutron than the other
            isotope. Find the difference in atomic mass between the two isotopes, by taking the energy equivalent of 1 u to be 931.50 MeV. Express your answer in atomic mass
            units.
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