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Once we have created a nucleus with axial deformation, i.e., a nucleus with ellipsoidal shape, but still axial symmetry about one axis, we can rotate the fluid around one of the non-symmetry axes to generate excitations, see Fig. 5.9. This radius can also be represented as 20 fm, where 1fm = 10^-15m, the femtometer or fermi unit. According to relativity, mass and energy are equivalent and interchangeable quantities, the equivalence being expressed by Einstein’s famous mass-energy equation E = mc2, where m is an object’s mass and c is the speed of light.

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