We know the equation E=mc^2 which correlates energy to mass.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If we rearrange the equation:

E/m = c^2 , it turns into the ratio of energy to mass is the square of the speed of light, does it mean for every particle in the universe, the ratio between the energy of the particle and its mass is the square of the speed of light?

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# Mass-energy conservation

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