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The relativistic energy E=m.square(c)/squareroot(1-square(v)/square(c)) is determined by momentum p(because of ''square''(4-p)=square(m)).Then what is the role of potential in relativistic energy?When we consider the interaction between particles,how can we express the kinetic energy plus potential energy in the same formula?

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# Where is potential energy in relativistic formula of energy?

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