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Grade: 10
        
Under what conditions, if any are needed, is it correct to say that the decay A → > B + C is simply the reverse of the totally inelastic collision B + C → > A?
4 years ago

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Jitender Pal
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							A system in which neither mass nor energy can cross the boundary is called an isolated system. So in an isolated system mass and energy will not transfer to the surroundings. In an inelastic collision, the energy will not conserve. So to avoid the loss of energy due to inelastic collision, the decay of a reaction has to keep in an isolated system. Therefore, in an isolated system, if any are needed, it is correct to say that the decay A à B+C is simply the reverse of the totally inelastic collision B+C à A.
4 years ago
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