Special Theory of Relativity means the relationship between mass, time, and space.
Have you ever wondered how time works in space? To find out the unknown, Albert Einstein proposed the Special Theory of Relativity. In Einstein's theory of special relativity, he determined that the laws of physics work the same for all non-accelerating particles. He also showed that the speed of light is the same everywhere, be it in a vacuum or the speed at which the particle is moving. Let us learn more about the Special Theory of Relativity!
Special Theory of Relativity is defined as the reliance of different physical phenomena on the relative motion of the observer and the observed particles, especially with the nature and behavior of light, time-space, and mass.
It indicates the consequences of mass-energy equivalence, length contraction, universal speed limit, and relativity of simultaneity. The notion of having an absolute universal time is replaced with time dependent on the spatial position and reference frame.
Special Theory of Relativity equation can be displayed as
E = mc2
Where, E = energy m = mass c = speed of light
The Special Theory of Relativity has two postulates. They are as follows:
Q. Who developed the special theory of relativity?
Albert Einstein developed the special theory of relativity.
Q. State Einstein’s equation, which shows energy and mass are interchangeable. What is Einstein's postulate on the special theory of relativity?
Einstein’s equation: E = mc2
The two postulates are:
Q. What is a simple explanation of the theory of relativity?
Special Theory of Relativity, meaning the relationship between mass, time, and space.
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