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Textbook Problem

What happens to the mass of water in a pot when it cools, assuming no molecules escape or are added? Is this observable in practice? Explain.

To determine

The effect on the mass of water in a pot when it cools, if no molecules escape out or are added. Also, state whether this is observable in practice or not.

Explanation

Introduction:

Relativistic energy is the product of mass and velocity.

  E=γmc2γ= 11 u 2 c 2

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