a: Momentum ~
b: electric charge


"Momentum is like electric charge: it is a quantity that is conserved, can accumulate, and can be exchanged. The change of electric charge is called current; the change of momentum is called force. The difference between charge and momentum is that charge is a scalar, and momentum a vector."

Writer: Not Stated
Date: Dec 26 2015 7:15 PM

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