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# relativistic equivalence of mass and energy

masės ir energijos lygiavertiškumas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. relativistic equivalence of mass and energy vok. Masse-Energie-Äquivalenz, f rus. эквивалентность массы и энергии, f pranc. équivalence de la masse et de l’énergie, f; équivalence masse-énergie, f

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