I was trying to be more clear on how this equation works. I appreciate any help.
A much better expression is :
[tex]\Delta E=c^2 \Delta m[/tex]
The above tells you that even for a very small variation of mass [tex]\Delta m[/tex] one gets a huge variation of energy [tex]\Delta E[/tex] due to the multiplication by the huge number [tex]c^2[/tex].
As for applications: nuclear power plants.
Thanks. I will work with that equation. I appreciate it.
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