If M is atomic weight , A is mass number then M−AA represents :
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Packing fraction is the mass defect per nucleon i.e. elementary particle in the nucleus. The difference between atomic weight and mass number i.e. mass of elementary particle in the nucleus is known as mass defect. Hence, p=ΔmA p=M−AA
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