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Calculating the energy of an atom based on antimatter annihilation


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So say we have one atom of Helium, and one atom of anti-Helium, when they come into contact the total energy produced should be equal to this (If I didn't fudge on the calculations which is why I'm asking this): 59c69591649dd_CodeCogsEqn(2).gif.c09c9949ac1debb121afe36ae365af4e.gifwhere mH is moles Helium, mAH is moles Anti-Helium, mMH is the molar mass of Helium, and mMAH is the molar mass of Anti-Helium. I just was bored so I decided to try to come up with a formula for calculating the total energy of an atom, and I chose helium for whatever reason. 

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