Question
What is the distance of closest approach when a 5.0 MeV proton approaches a gold nucleus (Z = 79)? Given,
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Solution
The (positive) charge on the proton is e (half of that on particle) Therefore, the electrostatic potential energy at the distance of closest approach r_{0} is . Thus, as above
Putting the given values :
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