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what is the difference between elastic and inelastic collision

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    for elastic 0<e<1 for inelastic e=0 where e is elasticity coeficient

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    thanx

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    ur welcome

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    any idea @Jonask ???

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    the difference between a bounce and a splat

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    LOL

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    Perfectly elastic collisions produce zero heat. Inelastic and semi-elastic collisions produce some heat.

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    In Elastic Collision Energy is Conserved In inelastic Collision Energy is not conserved

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