law of conservation of energy definition

  • noun:
    • regulations stating the complete quantity of power in almost any isolated system continues to be continual, and cannot be developed or destroyed, although it may transform forms.
    • might concept of physics the total energy of an isolated system is constant despite inner modifications

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