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^{2}- m

^{2}c

^{2}).

N/V - number density

v - velocity

c - speed of light

E - relativistic energy

m - rest mass

There shouldn't be the term for velocity. Idk what I am doing wrong.

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N/V - number density

v - velocity

c - speed of light

E - relativistic energy

m - rest mass

There shouldn't be the term for velocity. Idk what I am doing wrong.

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What is v/c for an ultrarelativistic particle?

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Classical Ideal Gas: P = (1/3)(N/V)mv

P - pressure

N - # of particles

V - volume

m - mass

v - velocity

K - kinetic energy

K

where

c - speed of light

ϒ - Lorentz factor

So then: P = (2/3)(N/V)(ϒ - 1)mc

Tell me if I am just crazy, relativity isn't my strongest area.

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