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# 41.Why are neutrons considered as ideal particles for nuclear fission reactions ? Calculate the energy released in the following nuclear reaction.   1H2 + 1H2 →2H4 +energy(mass of 1H2 = 2.014102 u, mass of 2He4 = 4.002604 u).

Neutrons are used as projectiles in nuclear reaction, which initiates nuclear reactions and are present in product to carry the reaction further.

It is considered as ideal particles for nuclear reaction, because they are neutral particles on which neither any force of attraction nor any force of repulsion acts.

Mass of reactants = 2 x 2.014102 U = 4.028204 U

Mass of product = 4.002604 V

Mass defect = 4.028204 - 4.002604

Δm = 0.0256 U

Energy released = 0.0256 x 931 MeV

= 23.8336 MeV

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