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Please use binding energy in the context of the atomic scale and/or atomic systems. This can be used in nuclear reactions.

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It all comes down to a balance between a number of different physical interactions. The binding energy of a nucleus is commonly described with the semiempirical mass formula: $$E(A, Z) = a_V A - a_S …
answered Nov 17 '10 by Gergely