1. mass and energy considered as equivalent and interconvertible, according to the theory of relativity

Words Nearby mass-energy

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How to use mass-energy in a sentence

  • In the first place, there's a full-sized power-reactor, and a mass-energy converter.

    The Cosmic Computer | Henry Beam Piper
  • We don't have the central power on here; there's a big mass-energy converter, but we're tearing it down to ship out.

    The Cosmic Computer | Henry Beam Piper
  • Remember those big wire baskets, down at the mass-energy converters?

    The Cosmic Computer | Henry Beam Piper
  • This was in line with familiar twentieth-century concepts of mass-energy transformation.

    The Variable Man | Philip K. Dick
  • There's a partial mass-energy conversion in its rawest form.

    Contamination Crew | Alan Edward Nourse