Mass Of Neutron In Kg

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These neutrons are most effective in initiating a nuclear chain reaction among 235U isotopes. Calculate the wavelength (in nm) associated with a beam of neutrons moving at 7.60 102 m/s. Kilogram to neutron mass (kg—) measurement units conversion. The SI unit of mass is a kilogram, which is defined by taking the fixed numerical value of the Planck constant h to be 6.626 070 15 × 10⁻³⁴ when expressed in the unit J s, which is equal to kg m² s⁻¹, where the meter and the second are defined in terms of c and Δν Cs.

Please read the notes following the table.

QuantityValue
speed of light in a vacuum (c)2.99792458E+08 m/s (exact)
permeability of a vacuum (µ0)4π×1.0E-07 H/m
permittivity of a vacuum (ε0)8.854187817...E-12 F/m
elementary charge (of proton)1.60217733(49)E-19 C
gravitational constant6.67259(85)E-11 Nm2kg-2
unified atomic mass constant (mu = mass 12C / 12)1.6605402(10)E-27 kg
rest mass of electron (me) 9.1093897(54)E-31 kg
5.48579903(13)E-04 amu
rest mass of proton (mp)1.6726231(10)E-27 kg
1.007276470(12) amu
1836.152701(37) me
rest mass of neutron (mn)1.6749286(10)E-27 kg
1.008664904(14) amu
energy equivalence of rest mass of electron0.5109906(15) MeV
energy equivalence of rest mass of proton938.27231(28) MeV
energy equivalence of rest mass of neutron939.56563(28) MeV
electron specific charge (-e/me)-1.75881962(53)E11 C/kg
Planck constant6.6260755(40)E-34 Js
h/2π1.05457266(63)E-34 Js
Rydberg constant1.0973731534E+07 1/m
fine structure constant7.29735308(33)E-03
reciprocal fine structure constant137.0359895(61)
Hartree energy4.3597482(26)E-18 J
2.6255000E+06 J/mol
27.211652 eV
627.51E+03 Calories/mol (US Calorie)
Bohr radius5.29177249(24)E-11 m
electron radius2.81794092(38)E-15 m
Compton wavelength of electron2.42631058(22)E-12 m
Compton wavelength of proton1.32141002(12)E-15 m
Compton wavelength of neutron1.31959110(12)E-15 m
Avogadro constant (NA, L)6.0221367(36)E+23 1/mol
Faraday constant9.6485309(29)E+04 C/mol
molar gas constant8.314510(70) J/K/mol
Boltzman constant1.380658(12)E-23 J/K
Stefan-Boltzman constant5.67051(19)E-08 W/m2K-4
first radiation constant3.7417749(22)E-16 Jm2s-1
second radiation constant1.438769(12)E-02 mK
Bohr magneton9.2740154(31)E-24 J/T
nuclear magneton5.0507866(17)E-27 J/T
magnetic flux quantum2.06783461(61)E-15 Vs
gyromagnetic ratio of proton2.67522128(81)E+08 1/s/T
*1/2π4.2577469(13)E+07 Hz/T
in pure water2.67515255(81)E+08 1/s/T
*1/2π4.2756375(13)E+07 Hz/T
magnetic moment of electron9.2847701(31)E-24 J/T
in terms of Bohr magneton1.001159652(10)
magnetic moment of proton1.41060761(47)E-26 J/T
in terms of Bohr magneton1.521032202(15)E+03
in pure water1.520993129(17)E+03
in terms of nuclear magneton2.792847386(63)
Electronvolts per mol96.485333E+03 J/mol
23.060548E+03 Calories/mol
1/cm (harmonic oscillator)9.93223731E-24 J
5.98132908 J/mol
8.06554093 E-3 eV
Calorie (USA - definition)4.18400 J
Mean Calorie4.19002 J
15 deg C Calorie4.1890 J
220 lattice parameter of silicon (d220 = a/80.5)1.92015540(40)E-13

Notes

The above values are taken from Refs. [1-3]: these are good enough for most purposes. Recently new values have been published which are considerably more accurate, except for the gravitational constant, G. For details of these please see Ref. [4] and the NIST website.

References

  1. E. R. Cohen and B. N. Taylor, 'The 1986 CODATA recommended values of the fundamental physical constants.', J. Res. National Bureau of Standards, 92(2), 85-95 (1987).
  2. E. R. Cohen and B. N. Taylor, 'The 1986 adjustment of the fundamental physical constants', CODATA Bulletin Number 63, (1986); and Rev. Mod. Phys., 59(4), 1121-1148 (1987).
  3. CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 58th edition (1977-78).
  4. P. J. Mohr and B. N. Taylor, 'CODATA recommended values of the fundamental physical constants: 1998', J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 28(6) (1999); and Rev. Mod. Phys., 72(2), 1713-1852, (2000).

The number in parenthesis after each value is the estimated standard deviation uncertainty of the last digit quoted.

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Neutron Mass to Kilogram Conversion Table

Neutron MassKilogram [kg]
0.01 Neutron mass1.6749286E-29 kg
0.1 Neutron mass1.6749286E-28 kg
1 Neutron mass1.6749286E-27 kg
2 Neutron mass3.3498572E-27 kg
3 Neutron mass5.0247858E-27 kg
5 Neutron mass8.3746430000001E-27 kg
10 Neutron mass1.6749286E-26 kg
20 Neutron mass3.3498572E-26 kg
50 Neutron mass8.3746430000001E-26 kg
100 Neutron mass1.6749286E-25 kg
1000 Neutron mass1.6749286E-24 kg

How to Convert Neutron Mass to Kilogram

1 Neutron mass = 1.6749286E-27 kg
1 kg = 5.9704037533301E+26 Neutron mass

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Example: convert 15 Neutron mass to kg:
15 Neutron mass = 15 × 1.6749286E-27 kg = 2.5123929E-26 kg

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