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Mon August 31, 2009 By: Sukhmaneet Kaur

please give the answer

Expert Reply
Mon August 31, 2009

Energy conservation is always observed. No energy is lost, only it's converted into some other form.

So reframing the question as "Is it possible to have a collision in which the all the energy is converted into completely different energy form?"

Yes, a particle and it's antiparticle when collide, called annihilation, their masses are completely converted into radiation carrying equivalent energy.

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