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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.
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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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Firstly, if ([T.sup.x1], [T.sup.x2], ...) is a conserved vector corresponding to a conservation law, then

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