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Re: How do you calculate needed/used power in an energy-to-matter conversion?

Date: Fri Mar 9 13:51:49 2001
Posted By: Gary Treistman, Undergraduate, Gen. Knowl. Dept., Programming Technologies
Area of science: Physics
ID: 982377633.Ph

For the values you have specified: 200 grams in .5 seconds, The rate of energy tranfer required is:

3.595 x 10^16 Watts.

That rate of energy will yield 200g in .5 sec.

(Not too hard a calculation)

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