We are asked to identify which reaction has nuclear binding energy consumed.
Nuclear binding energy is the energy required to separate an atomic nucleus completely into its constituent protons and neutrons, or, equivalently, the energy that would be liberated by combining individual protons and neutrons into a single nucleus.
The nuclear binding energy is the amount of energy consumed during the following nuclear reaction:
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