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Relativistic conservation laws

by: Arthur Eisenkraft and Larry D. Kirkpatrick

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Conservation laws are everywhere! Conservation of energy is one of the most useful laws in all branches of science. Other conservation laws in physics include charge, momentum, angular momentum, and those associated with the more esoteric baryon and lepton attributes. This chapter highlights how conservation laws are much more pervasive.


Type Book ChapterPub Date 1/1/2006Stock # PB198X_56

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