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CBSE - XI Science - Physics - Work, Energy and Power

please give the answer

Asked by sukhmaneet 31st August 2009, 9:47 AM
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Answer:

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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Answered by Expert 31st August 2009, 1:52 PM

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