# Principle of conservation of energy - The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

What Did the Romans Know? If is large, is small, and vice versa.

### Conservation of Momentum and Energy in Collisions

In general this is only approximative, because with the advent of relativity and experiments in nuclear and particle physics: mass can be transformed into energy and vice versa, so mass is not always conserved, but part of the more general conservation of mass-energy.

Description: The higher the energy barrier, the slower the transformation occurs.

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The particle moves with a constant velocity u and momentum.
Here, W is the work done, F is the conservative force and d is the displacement vector.

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