conservation law

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conservation law

Any of various principles, such as the conservation of charge and the conservation of energy, directly related to principles of symmetry and requiring some measurable property of a closed system to remain constant as the system changes.

conserva′tion law`

any physical law stating that a quantity or property remains constant during and after an interaction or process.
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Even the amount of matter in the universe, can be different to what it was before the Big Bang, as the Law of Conservation of Matter, will break down at the Big Bang.
End user of software product is able to provide feedback after familiarization of software [8], which is L5: Law of Conservation of Familiarity.
The renewal of all things is sustained by the Law of Conservation of Mass, which states that the transformation of matter into a different form rather than its destruction is the correct interpretation of realty.
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This would violate the 1st Law of Conservation of Matter and Energy)
The law of continuity, or the continuity equation, to which it is sometimes referred, is founded on the law of conservation of matter.
According to this principle, and taking into account that the law of conservation of energy is the most important law in the natural sciences, therefore in the area of Newtonian mechanics, the law of conservation of energy should be the unique truth.
Eventually Orta found her answer in science--and the law of conservation of mass and some esoteric elements of chemistry became part of the Nebula narrative.
Another pundit said the growth of nose and ear hair is the result of what he called "The Law of Conservation of Hair.
However, many scientists have dismissed such claims, saying the propulsion system violates the law of conservation of momentum.
Now, using the Euler-Lagrange equations and considering the fact that in a gravitational field is a conservative field, it can be shown that the law of conservation of energy in this field is given as
It urged the Parliament to quickly issue the law of conservation of historical cities and monuments, directing the Minister of State for Parliament and Shura Council Affaires to finalize the necessary procedures to issue the law.

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