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Relativistic mechanics I
Experimental tests and consequences of Special Relativity
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acceleration Additional exercises angle Answer anti-proton apparatus astronaut twin astronaut twin's clock atom billiard balls centre-of-mass coordinate system chapter classical physics clock to run conservation laws constant velocity decay detect dilation direction of motion distance Doppler effect earth twin electron electronvolt elementary particles energy and momentum equal ether expected experimental factor frequency fringe shift Gallilean transformation gravitational field inertial coordinate systems Inertial systems invariant mass journey kinetic energy laboratory coordinate system length contraction light emitted light pulse Lorentz transformation magnetic field mass and energy mass-energy equivalence measured Michelson-Morley experiment moving muons neutrino nuclei obtained particle of rest perpendicular photon pi-zeros pulses meet radius relative velocity relativistic mass relativistic mechanics rest energy rest mass m0 rest-system result run slow second postulate simultaneously space Special Relativity Suppose synchronizing total energy transformation equations transformation law Twin Paradox usually velocity of light zero rest mass