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I have asked the following question before, but I am not still satisfied with the answer given by the experts of this forum.

In Einstein equation E=m/c2

¿ Does E equal to the thermodynamic internal energy of matter plus kinetic energy plus potential energy of a system?. ¿ or what energy does this equation refers?

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# Einstein energy versus thermodynamic energy

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