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when an e- and a positron collide they're annihlated and their mass converts to engery. the energy released is? [1.64x10^-13 J]

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    Try E = mc^2
    Take mass of electron and positron to be 9.1x10^-31Kg and 3x10^8m/s as speed of light.

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