Encyclopedia of physics 3rd ed.
Particles of dust are pushed away from the Sun by light reflecting from them.
Yes, momentum is a vector quantity.
It follows that the work needed to raise it through a height h meters is force x distance, that is, weight x height, or mgh joules.
Substituting and rearranging gives the generalization of ; 2 The energies and momenta in the equation are all frame-dependent, while M 0 is frame-independent.
It is the product of two quantities, the particle's represented by the letter m and its v : The unit of momentum is the product of the units of mass and velocity.