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Question
Find the amount of energy given to the ${}^4\textrm{He}$ nucleus and to the $\gamma$ ray in the reaction $n + {}^3\textrm{He} \rightarrow {}^4\textrm{He} + \gamma$ , using the conservation of momentum principle and taking the reactants to be initially at rest. This should confirm the contention that most of the energy goes to the $\gamma$ ray.
$E_{\textrm{He}} = 0.0565\textrm{ MeV}$
$E_\gamma = 20.52\textrm{ MeV}$
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