What nucleons altogether in a nucleus

Explain what does held the nucleons altogether in a nucleus?

E

Expert

Verified

Nuclear force, held the nucleons altogether in a nucleus. This is the nuclear force which binds the nucleons altogether and is responsible for the stability of the nucleus.

   Related Questions in Physics

  • Q : Explain Photoelectric effect

    Photoelectric effect: An effect described by A. Einstein that demonstrates that light seems to be made up of particles, or photons. The light can excite electrons (termed as photoelectrons in this context) to be ejected from the metal. Light with a fr

  • Q : Define Heat pumps Heat pumps move heat

    Heat pumps move heat from one place to another. They work similar to refrigeration. The movement of heat takes energy, either electrical energy as in the use of  vapor compression heat pumps or thermal energy as in the use of absorption heat pump

  • Q : Anthropic principle What is  Anthropic

    What is Anthropic principle? Explain Weak anthropic principle and Strong anthropic principle?

    Q : Explain Michelson-Morley experiment

    Michelson-Morley experiment (A.A. Michelson, E.W. Morley; 1887): Probably the most famous null-experiment of all time, designed to confirm the existence of the proposed "lumeniferous aether" via which light waves were considered to pr

  • Q : Define Faraday constant Faraday

    Faraday constant: F (M. Faraday): The electric charge fetched by one mole of electrons or singly-ionized ions. It is equivalent to the product result of the Avogadro constant and the absolute value of the charge on an electron; this i

  • Q : Calculate time needed for thermocouple

    A thermocouple of K type is suddenly exposed to air with temperature of 1273K, Initial temperature was 293 K. Calculate the time needed for the thermocouple read the temperature with accuracy of better that 99%. Ignore radiation and conduction. The measuring element has a ball shape of diameter o

  • Q : Define anti-aliasing What do you

    What do you understand by the term anti-aliasing? Describe briefly?

  • Q : Dynamic strain aging and the strain

    What is the basic difference among the dynamic strain aging and the strain aging?

  • Q : What is Cherenkov radiation Cherenkov

    Cherenkov radiation (P.A. Cherenkov): The radiation emitted by a huge particle which is moving faster than light in the medium via which it is travelling. No particle can travel faster than the light in vacuum, however the speed of light in other medi

  • Q : Kirchhoffs rules or Loop rule or Point

    Explain Kirchhoff's rules or Kirchhoff's Loop rule and Point rule?

    Kirchhoff's rules (G.R. Kirchhoff)

    <

2015 ©TutorsGlobe All rights reserved. TutorsGlobe Rated 4.8/5 based on 34139 reviews.