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Zero Work, Escape Velocity and the Condition of Minimum Energy Change

Authors: Sonal Jagdish Gupta

Abstract All material bodies compromises of atoms/molecules in there pure form. The kinetic energy of any body is the sum of energies of its atoms and molecules this also applies to potential energy. The smallest change in energy is governed by the quantum of action and should be equal to 6.623 × 10ିଷସ J. The number of atoms in a body determines its requirement for minimum energy when the applied force is unable to deliver this least quantum of energy to all the constituent particles compromising the body then there will be no observational motion and the work done is zero work. Mass act as a reluctance which opposes the change in state. When a body moves with reference to massive gravitating body then after a particular distance the potential energy of the system becomes lesser than the minimum energy then the massive body is unable to do any work on the moving body and the motion of the moving body becomes inertial thereafter. Velocity is quantized in one dimensional linear motion.

Comments: 12 Pages. the paper dealswith the interpretation and co-relation of zero work and escape velocity

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