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what makes the energy to get converted in to matter.

MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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I think it would be the concept of Big bang.
This is the difference between the A bomb and the H bomb. The A bomb converts matter to energy and is called fission, the H bomb uses fusion, the uniting of two heavy hydrogen atoms into helium and releasing even more energy. There's also many simpler conversion in chemistry
Ultimately the answer to you question requires knowledge of particle physics

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