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The Energy Exchanged by Two Colliding Elementary Particles Calculator will calculate the:

- Energy exchanged when two elementary particles collide with each other as a function of temperature

**Calculation Parameters:** The result is an approximate value; temperature cannot be negative

Energy exchanged by colliding particles (E) eV [electronvolt] |

Energy exchanged by colliding particles calculation |
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E = k × T E = × E = |

Energy Exchanged By Two Colliding Elementary Particles Calculator Input Values |

Temperature of matter (T) K [Kelvin degree] |

Boltzmann constant (k) eV/K [electronvolt per Kelvin] |

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E = k × T

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