10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «EINSTEIN'S MASS-ENERGY LAW»
Discover the use of Einstein's mass-energy law
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Einstein's mass-energy law
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Concepts of Mass
in Classical and Modern Physics
... in 1936, Wilson, in an article "The mass of a convected field and Einstein's
mass-energy law," 42 tried to solve the problem by taking into account stresses of
the material support of the field and elastic tensions in the surrounding medium.
Crucibles: The Story of Chemistry from Ancient Alchemy to ...
This atomic fission was accompanied by the release of stupendous nuclear
energy resulting from the actual conversion of some of the mass of the uranium
atom into energy in accordance with Einstein's mass-energy law. This was her
The observed particles distributed in this space as stars, gas, and planets each
have energy given by Einstein's mass-energy law. To repeat, we will consider the
proton-electron pairs and neutrons as units of energy having most of the ...
Transcending the Speed of Light: Consciousness, Quantum ...
This sounds like a prophetic vision of Einstein's mass-energy law, the famous E =
mc2.”2 And, in fact, Einstein was not the first to publish his famous equation.
Earlier physicists who predated him in this respect include S. Tolver Preston in
Interactions: Mathematics, Physics and Philosophy, 1860-1930
The Mass of a Convected Field and Einstein's mass-energy law, The
Proceedings of the Physical Society (Cambridge) 48: 736–740. Yaghjian, A. D. (
1992). Relativistic Dynamics of a Charged Sphere. Updating the Lorentz-
Abraham Model, ...
Vincent F. Hendricks, 2007
Chemistry: Decade by Decade
Einstein's mass-energy law (E = mc2) demonstrated that the energies of nuclear
explosions are millions of times greater than those obtainable from chemical
explosives such as TNT. Although many great physicists and chemists fled
Science Abstracts: Physics. 1936
N. M. B. 4885. Mass of a Convected Field and Einstein's Mass-Energy Law. W.
Wilson. Phys. Soc, Proc. 48. pp. 736-740, Sept. 1, 1936.— Certain discrepancies
between the results of the usual mode of calculating the mass (more particularly ...
College chemistry I: a study guide to be used with USAFI ...
The discrepancy is equal to the binding energy of the fundamental particles in the
nucleus and is a quantity given by Einstein's mass-energy law AE=Amc2 This
amount of energy would be released if a nucleus were to be formed from its ...
Norman H. Nachtrieb, 1960
Men of science in America
Meitner correctly interpreted this burst of energy as due to the conversion of some
of the mass of uranium into energy in accordance with Einstein's mass-energy
law. Back in 1905, Albert Einstein, in developing his theory of relativity, ...
Modern Physics for the Engineer
With the help of Einstein's mass-energy law we can now calculate the energy
which will be distributed among the proton, electron, and neutrino if a neutron
decays after coming to rest in the laboratory in high vacuum. The law gives the
Louis Nicot Ridenour, William Aaron Nierenberg, 1954