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dsaun777

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- Just clarification on components.

The T^0i the components of the energy momentum tensor that correspond to mass flux and/or momentum density. If I wanted to get standard units of flux I would just multiply by c^2 correct? It is the ith component of momentum across the kth surface? I am thinking of an example in particular that relates to either a perfect fluid or Einstein's "dust".

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