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if particles collide with each other in the center of mass reference frame ,what will happen to their velocities?

if particles collide with each other in the center of mass reference frame ,what will happen to their velocities?
 

Grade:12th pass

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RISHIKA
550 Points
one year ago
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So let's play before and after again, but this time in the center of mass reference frame. This says that after the collision, the two balls have reversed their initial velocities. That's it. This satisfies both momentum and energy conservation.
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Vibekjyoti Sahoo
145 Points
15 days ago
So let's play before and after again, but this time in the center of mass reference frame. This says that after the collision, the two balls have reversed their initial velocities. That's it. This satisfies both momentum and energy conservation.

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