Need a practical example of E=MC2 with real numbers(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Ok, so I understand that Energy = Mass of an Object * Speed of light square, if we must convert this to numbers, how can this be presented for let’s say 1,000 hydrogen atoms?

Energy = 1.008 (Hydrogen mass) * 1,000 (hydrogen atoms) * speed of light * speed of light

Energy = 1.008 * 1,000 * 299 792 458 m / s * 299 792 458 m / s

The first 2 parts are ok, but what about the speed of light, that is miles per second, is there a number there that removed the m/s so we can calculate it?

And what about E, what kind of units result in E?

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# I Need a practical example of E=mc^2 with real numbers

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