Momentum

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Momentum[edit | edit source]

Momentum is defined as the movement of a mass at a speed . Momentum is chracterised by its moment which is the product of a mass multiply by its speed . Moment is denoted as p measured in Kg m/s or in Newton N

Moment

For any motion, the interaction force is

In general

Application[edit | edit source]

Momentum of a Mass[edit | edit source]

Speed
Mass
Momentum
Force
Work
Energy

Momentum of a Relativistic Mass[edit | edit source]

Speed
Mass
Momentum
Energy

Momentum of a Massless Quanta[edit | edit source]

Speed
Mass
Energy
Momentum
Wavelength

Momentum of Electric charge in circle[edit | edit source]

Equilibrium
Speed
Radius

Momentum of Atom's Free Electron[edit | edit source]

Equilibrium
Speed
With
to have

Momentum of Atom's Bind Electron[edit | edit source]

Equilibrium
Speed
Radius
Potential Energy Level n