|Feb9-13, 03:43 PM||#18|
Rest mass of Hydrogen
Also, the equation is missing the rest of it anyways. The full version includes momentum as well. It is E2 = m2c4+p2c2.
What does this about momentum now? Is it too also energy? No. It is not.
|Feb9-13, 04:13 PM||#19|
Let me repeat:
|Feb10-13, 06:08 AM||#20|
Einstein's most famous equation is E=mc^2. It means that energy and mass are different forms of the same thing.
Another reason :
Matter and Antimatter annihilation is an example of converting energy in one form (electrons and positrons) into another (high-energy photons) .
Or A photon it's a packet of energy can pair-produce to make an electron and a positron too .
The language of physics is mathematics Think of what Work is . Work is when a force causes displacement of a body . we can translate this definition to mathematics with the equation w=fd
Photons are packets of energy
Your equation is
E2 = m2c4+p2c2.
For a photon the rest mass term vanishes, and you get E=pc.
So energy and Momentum are related by a constant ( related by the invariant speed of light).
See the Pythagorean relationship between Energy (E), Mass (m) and Momentum (p) .
for example : I have a 100 amperes , and measure its resistor and the voltage across it
Is that mean R and V are same thing ? no .
But in equation e=mc^2 we just have a constant and it's speed of light .
Hope you understand .
|Feb10-13, 06:24 AM||#21|
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So, when you created this thread, were you asking a question to learn, or was your intention to enlighten people on what you think you know?
|Feb10-13, 09:33 AM||#22|
Sorry Big Bounce, but you are quite simply, wrong. It's clear that you do not wish to learn anything, but to argue, therefore I will leave this thread now. Have a nice day.
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