International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Research Paper | Astronomy Science | India | Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015 | Rating: 6.2 / 10


The Energy is An Accumulation of a Kind of Masses of Virtual Particles E=mC2 is Nothing but Transformation of One Form of Mass to Another Form

Prasenjit Debnath [34]


Abstract: Basically, the virtual particle has that amount of mass and that amount of energy which are equivalent by Einsteins famous equation E=mC2 approximately and reasonably with good accuracy. The mass m of the virtual particle is so small that it can be termed as where is the critical mass below which all particles are virtual particles and above which all particles are real particles. Nuclear fission splits radioactive heavy elements into two stable elements of lesser masses combination which separates with tremendous kinetic energy. In other words, the produced kinetic energy is nothing but formation of enormous amount of virtual particles from the original real particle. When photon is absorbed by any real particle, the process converts virtual particle into real particle. Because the mass of the virtual particle with its equivalent energy content into it is converted into mass of real particle, and because real particles have more mass than the critical mass, they can never achieve the speed of light (). If they do accelerate to the speed of light () with enormous energy applied to the real particle which can be termed as critical energy, there will be tremendous explosion (might be more vigorous than Supernova) to convert real particle into virtual particles (or force carrying particles), in other words energy. Because energy is huge and uncontrolled, the mass to energy conversion is a destructive process, if the whole process cannot be controlled in totality. The reason for that is the multiplication of term with mass of the real particle. But the reverse process is very safe as enormous energy will be divided by term to produce tiny little real particles. In such a case, the increment of mass is too small to be measured directly, even with the most sensitive balance.


Keywords: The speed of light, real and virtual particles, critical mass and critical energy, the strong and weak nuclear forces, Supernova


Edition: Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015,


Pages: 1872 - 1875


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