Difference between revisions of "Talk:Mass number"

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the term "mass number" is substituted by the term [[Nucleon number|nucleon number]] for the following reasons:
# the physical property named mass number is dimensionless and hence not a mass
# the symbol m which was often used for the physical quantity mass number is reserved for mass

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