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Join date: May 12, 2022 Copy link Copied to clipboard. List of Bollywood films of 2016. List of Bollywood films of 2016 See all the latest Bollywood movies on paperdolls.com. Follow us on facebook. Updated Today. New/Old/Coming Soon.Hindi movies will be updated daily.We suggest you to come back daily to check latest Hindi movies online. Later you can share Hindi movies links with your friends or bookmark the best Hindi movies sites. Watch full hindi movies online. Hindi Zone is the only place where you will find the biggest collection of Bollywood movies. Free to watch movies online in HD quality. Daily Updated.Q: Calculating the ratio of electron to proton energy, given that the rest mass of the electron is negligible, but the proton rest mass is non-negligible I've recently had some doubts about the accuracy of the following calculation. This question is not necessarily related to nuclear/particle physics, but I just want to make sure that my mathematics is correct. I am calculating the ratio of the total energy of a system of \$N\$ electrons and \$N\$ protons (neglecting the rest mass of the electrons and protons, respectively). This ratio should be given by the equation: \$\$E_N / E_1 = (m_1 + m_2 +... + m_N) / m_1\$\$ where \$m_i\$ is the mass of particle \$i\$ and \$E_N\$ is the total energy of the system (nucleus). So the question is: am I allowed to neglect the rest mass of the electron, and use the equation: instead? I think this is the correct way to do the calculation, because the total energy of the system is exactly the total rest energy of the system of \$N\$ particles, and neglecting the rest energy of the electron is allowed, since the rest mass of the electron is negligible compared to the rest mass of the proton. If this is not allowed, then how would I go about the calculation, keeping the electron rest energy? Thanks for your help. A: There's a minor mistake, in the mass of the nucleus is the sum of the masses of the electrons and protons. So the

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