I already talked on binding energy.

And the Q-value is the mass different between nuclear reaction. In same case binding energy is same as the Q-value.

Q-value is :

Q= \sum{m_i} - \sum{m_f}

By energy conservation, it can be rewritten by kinetic energy.

Q= \sum{T_f} - \sum{T_i}

But using energy is bit troublesome due to the frame transform. Using mass is simple, since it is a Lorentzian invariance.

However, during scattering experiment. The kinetic energy is much more easy to measure. Thus the kinetic form is used more frequently in experiment.

I will give the expression of K.E. in lab frame later.