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sudarshan gupta Grade: Upto college level
        what causes a bomb to explode when no external force is acting on it
7 years ago

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bibhash jha
15 Points
										

A bomb utilizes the potential energy which is in the form of chemical energy stored in the bomb.


It is important to note that even after the bomb explodes , the momentum doesnt change for the whole bomb as the explosion is caused by


internal force and no other external force acts on it .  So if before exploding bomb is at rest , the particles after explosion


will fly away in a diretion such that the sum of momentum of all particles is zero.

7 years ago
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