The nucleus of a helium atom consists of two protons and two neutrons. How many times (approximately) the mass of the helium nucleus is greater than the mass of the nucleus of the hydrogen atom?
If we consider the mass of a proton to be approximately equal to the mass of a neutron, then the mass of the nucleus of a helium atom is 4 times the mass of the nucleus of a hydrogen atom.
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