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I want to know if energy added to moving objects is quantized. Kinetic energy of an moving object is given as KE = (γ - 1) mc^{2 }, where γ is 1/√(1-v^{2}/c^{2}).

And quantum theory talks about any energy always being quantized. So can the KE in moving objects be quantized????

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# Energy of relativistic objects

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