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Fusion energy --> binding energy

(Science: chemistry, radiobiology) The binding energy of a nucleus is the minimum energy required to dissociate it into its component neutrons and protons. Neutron or proton binding energies are those required to remove a neutron or proton, respectively, from a nucleus. Electron binding energy is that required to remove an electron from an atom or a molecule.

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... transition was effectively impossible without the energy demands, pertinent to the biggest event of gene manufacture in the ... genetic changes. What were those changes? What was the host? Was it a fusion, was it engulfment, how did the mitochondrion get its second membrane, ...

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Thu Jan 12, 2012 7:43 pm
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