Physics defines mass-energy equivalence as the

concept where the mass of a body is equivalent

to its energy composition. The concept refers mass

as the property of energy and vice versa.
The above phenomenon can be expressed by

Albert Einstiens famous proposed expression

E = mc^2.

where E is given as the energy of the body, m as the mass and c as the speed of light in distortion less chamber or a vacuum.

Understanding E = mc square:

The formula is independent of any particular system of measurement and is therefore typically consistent as far as dimensions are concerned.
The above expression point out that energy

inevitably shows relavistic mass irrespective of the form. However mass-energy equivalence does not necessarily refer that mass can be transformed to energy.

/> When energy is sucked out from a system, as an example we can take the binding energy emitted by an atom bomb, mass is imperatively taken away in conjunction with energy.
This energy however retains the equivalence of mass which ultimately gets transferred to the system which absorbs it. Here, the formula E = mc^2 can be effectively used for knowing the amount of mass was cancelled along with energy. The formula can be also used to measure the quantity of mass that may be added to the system which finally absorbs it in the course.

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Last updated on 29-07-2016 55