## Packing Fraction (In Isotopic mass) Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Packing Fraction in Isotopic mass = ((Atomic Isotopic Mass-Mass Number)*(10^4))/Mass Number
PFisotope = ((Aisotope-A)*(10^4))/A
This formula uses 3 Variables
Variables Used
Packing Fraction in Isotopic mass - Packing Fraction in isotopic mass is the measure of loss or gain of the total mass in a group of nucleons when they are brought together to form an atomic nucleus.
Atomic Isotopic Mass - Atomic Isotopic mass is defined as the mass of the most abundant isotope of an element.
Mass Number - Mass Number is the sum of protons and neutrons in an atom of an element.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Atomic Isotopic Mass: 37 --> No Conversion Required
Mass Number: 35 --> No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
PFisotope = ((Aisotope-A)*(10^4))/A --> ((37-35)*(10^4))/35
Evaluating ... ...
PFisotope = 571.428571428571
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
571.428571428571 --> No Conversion Required
571.428571428571 571.4286 <-- Packing Fraction in Isotopic mass
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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## Packing Fraction (In Isotopic mass) Formula

Packing Fraction in Isotopic mass = ((Atomic Isotopic Mass-Mass Number)*(10^4))/Mass Number
PFisotope = ((Aisotope-A)*(10^4))/A

## What is Packing Fraction?

Packing fraction of a packing in some space is the fraction of the space filled by the figures making up the packing. In packing problems, the objective is usually to obtain a packing of the greatest possible density.

## How to Calculate Packing Fraction (In Isotopic mass)?

Packing Fraction (In Isotopic mass) calculator uses Packing Fraction in Isotopic mass = ((Atomic Isotopic Mass-Mass Number)*(10^4))/Mass Number to calculate the Packing Fraction in Isotopic mass, Packing Fraction (In isotopic mass) is the ratio of the mass defect to the nucleons. Mass defect is the difference in the actual isotopic mass (M) and mass number. Packing Fraction in Isotopic mass is denoted by PFisotope symbol.

How to calculate Packing Fraction (In Isotopic mass) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Packing Fraction (In Isotopic mass), enter Atomic Isotopic Mass (Aisotope) & Mass Number (A) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Packing Fraction (In Isotopic mass) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 571.4286 = ((37-35)*(10^4))/35.

### FAQ

What is Packing Fraction (In Isotopic mass)?
Packing Fraction (In isotopic mass) is the ratio of the mass defect to the nucleons. Mass defect is the difference in the actual isotopic mass (M) and mass number and is represented as PFisotope = ((Aisotope-A)*(10^4))/A or Packing Fraction in Isotopic mass = ((Atomic Isotopic Mass-Mass Number)*(10^4))/Mass Number. Atomic Isotopic mass is defined as the mass of the most abundant isotope of an element & Mass Number is the sum of protons and neutrons in an atom of an element.
How to calculate Packing Fraction (In Isotopic mass)?
Packing Fraction (In isotopic mass) is the ratio of the mass defect to the nucleons. Mass defect is the difference in the actual isotopic mass (M) and mass number is calculated using Packing Fraction in Isotopic mass = ((Atomic Isotopic Mass-Mass Number)*(10^4))/Mass Number. To calculate Packing Fraction (In Isotopic mass), you need Atomic Isotopic Mass (Aisotope) & Mass Number (A). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Atomic Isotopic Mass & Mass Number and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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