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If a neutron be entirely converted into energy how much energy would be produced. ($M_n = 1.6743\times 10^{-27}$kg.)


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Use Einstein's Mass-Energy Equivalence $$E=mc^2$$

Now enter the value of m, where m is the mass converted to energy, and c is speed of light$ =3\times 10^8$m/s

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Thanks for the help. :) – Franco Apr 24 '13 at 10:25

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