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Textbook Problem

Which formula may be used for the momentum of all particles, with or without mass?

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The formula may be used for the momentum of all particles, with or without mass.

Explanation

Introduction:

Special theory of relativity is used to find the momentum with and without mass. But in classical physics it is given as,

  pmv

The special relativistic formula used for momentum calculation with and without mass is

  1. Momentum given in relation with the Planck's constant and wavelength
  2.   phλ

  3. Momentum given in relation with the Energy and velocity of light
  4.   

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