relativistic mass


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relativistic mass

[‚rel·ə·tə′vis·tik ′mas]
(relativity)
The mass of a particle moving at a velocity exceeding about one-tenth the velocity of light; it is significantly larger than the rest mass.
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Coming back to the main topic, in relativity we can either write our equations in terms of proper time or alternatively we can write them in terms of relativistic mass.
i] and the relativistic mass m are used for mass-bearing particles, instead of the observable velocity of light [c.
that constitute the observer's intrinsic frame, containing one-dimensional intrinsic relativistic mass [phi]m of the particle in [phi][?
0] of the particle, which can then be "projected" as three-dimensional relativistic mass, m = [gamma][m.
It is strange suggestion as Einstein has used relativistic mass in his work including in the expression of relativistic kinetic energy [12] from which rest mass energy is derived.
0] =0 but their relativistic mass (mass of motion) is nonzero m [not equal to] 0.
When d[tau] = 0 and d[sigma] = 0 observable relativistic mass m and the frequency [omega] become zero.

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