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It is called precisely what you wrote in the title: "Law of Conservation of Energy". An alternative name is the "First Law of Thermodynamics".

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the law of conservation of energy


It's called the Law of Conservation of Energy.


THE law of CONSERVATION OF ENERGY IS REGULARISATION OF IT.


Examples of law of conservation are: Law of conservation of mass. Law of conservation of charge. Law of conservation of momentum. Law of conservation of energy etc.



The Law of conservation of Energy applies to mass as mass is a form of energy, E=mc2.


It is called the law of conservation of energy, or sometimes the first law of thermodynamics.


James Joules created the law of conservation of energy.


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It is called the First Law of Thermodynamics, sometimes also called The Law of conservation of energy.


That is known as "conservation of energy"; also as the "first law of thermodynamics".


The law of conservation of energy is ALWAYS obeyed.


There are no "laws" of conservation of energy, just the law of conservation of energy. The existence of friction doesn't change anything - the law of conservation of energy still holds.


No. The Law of Conservation of Energy states that energy can NOT be converted or destroyed. Any law that states that would be contrary to all evidence we have. It would also not be appropriate to call such a law a "conservation" law - a conservation law is a law where some magnituded DOES NOT change.


That is called Conservation of Energy. It is also known as the First Law of Thermodynamics.


That is because the law of conservation of energy states that you can not create new energy.


law of conservation of mass, the law of conservation of energy, and thanks to Albert Einstein we have the law of conservation of mass/energy in nuclear chemistry


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The Law of Conservation of Energy states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, but can change its form.



The conservation of energy is a law.No energy is lost during an energy transition.


No, those are two separate conservation laws. Charge is not energy. They are entirely different things.


If you consider mass and energy to be equivalent and interchangeable, it does not conflict with the law of conservation of energy. E=mc2 states that energy is mass and mass is energy, so it does not disprove the law of conservation of energy.


The 1st Law of thermodynamics is a restatement of the law of conservation of energy.



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