Emission of a photon


by Naveen345
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andrien
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Jan6-13, 07:04 AM
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Quote Quote by K^2 View Post
Fact that use of m as symbol for relativistic mass is outdated was the whole point of mfd's comment, and the reason for your reply to denisfl8 being at very least incomplete.

Mass, without qualifier, is assumed to be invariant mass. If you want to talk about relativistic mass, you should qualify that for clarity. Were you to reply that, "Energy is equivalent to relativistic mass," there would be no complaint.
Oh,sorry for that.


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