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Posted on: 06:28:17 PM on June 19, 2016
Posted By:
Kumari Shubhi
A charge is moving across a junction, then momentum will be conserved. Why?


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Posted on: 07:44:49 PM on June 21, 2016
Guys plz post ur replies.



Posted on: 01:47:19 PM on July 19, 2016
If there is no flow across the body conservation takes place



Posted on: 01:49:25 PM on July 19, 2016
I think I'm not sure



Posted on: 07:04:20 AM on November 15, 2017
maybe because the mass of the charge remains constant



Posted on: 10:58:55 AM on June 14, 2019
Potentials having different values



Posted on: 11:02:42 AM on June 14, 2019
Across junction, there is potential difference, so there is electric force. As we know if there is external force momentum will not be conserved, therefore momentum is not conserved across a junction. Hope it helps!!!





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