Albert Einstein invented E=mc2?


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Kioyre S. answered

Simply put, Albert Einstein's famous mass-energy equivalence equation, E = mc^2, relates mass and energy and formulates much of the basis of nuclear energy and power.

I wouldn't say he "invented" (I mean, he technically did...) the formula, per se, but Einstein did produce this for the purpose of further study.

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