Science Journal of Physics
November 2012, Volume 2012, ISSN:2276-6367
© Author(s) 2012. This work is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
Time Correction, Energy and Momentum
Author: Manoj Bansidas Agravat MPH
University of South Florida
Accepted 1 August 2012; Available Online 29 November 2012
Einstein's special relativity theory is taking many challenges regarding the speed of neutrinos vs. speed of light. Einstein's formula of E=mc2 is a cornerstone of science when it comes to special relativity regarding mass, speed of light, and energy. The concern in this article is that there may bea time formulation in relativity that may facilitate the equation of E=mc2 that based on the OPERA experiment with CERN's help may support slower speeds according to Einstein of neutrinos. With the basic rate law of RxT=D, the new equation of: tc=m*(2*π*r) 2/E will help because the parameter of tcor time correction is included. Ec or energy correction is formulated as: Ec=m*(2*π*r) 2/ tc2the distance travelled in the experiment were about 730.085 km and times involved included from 74 ns to 47 ns. This article also deals with the calculation of new momentum with energy of special relativity. For tcmethod, low wavelengths shows that higher momentums and energies are produced. The lambda method derived to calculate the wave length may allow estimates of momentum (P) and velocity of particles shown to be slower than speed of light.
Keyword:Special Relativity, Time Correction,Momentum,Planck's Equation, De Broglie's Equation