law of mass conservation

Definitions

Electronics

  • A law which states that mass, or matter, cannot be cannot be created nor destroyed in an isolated system. For instance, the mass remains constant when a substance changes form a solid to a gas in an isolated system. This law does not always hold true when dealing with subatomic particles. Also called law of matter conservation, conservation of mass, or mass conservation.
  • synonymlaw of matter conservation
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