Subject: Can a piece of matter be turned completely into energy?
Date: Mon Jan 3 18:16:52 2000
Posted by James Jones
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: The Browning School
City: New York State/Province: N.Y.
Area of science: Physics
The equation E=mc (squared) seems to imply that a piece of matter can be
turned entirely into energy. But is it true that this is not possible even
in theory because to do so would require turning its anti-particle into
Re: Can a piece of matter be turned completely into energy?
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