## Mass to Energy Calculator

E = mc²

Enter the mass to calculate energy.

**Purpose**:

The Mass to Energy Calculator is designed to compute the energy equivalent of a given mass using the famous equation E = mc², proposed by Albert Einstein. This equation shows that mass can be converted into energy and vice versa, where:

- EEE is the energy in joules (J),
- mmm is the mass in kilograms (kg),
- ccc is the speed of light in a vacuum, approximately 299,792,458299,792,458299,792,458 meters per second (m/s).

This tool is useful in physics and engineering fields, particularly in contexts involving nuclear energy, particle physics, and cosmology.

**How to Use**:

**Open the Tool**: Go to the Mass to Energy Calculator page on your web browser.**Enter the Mass**:- In the "Enter Mass (m)" input field, type the mass value in kilograms (kg) that you want to convert into energy.

**Calculate the Energy**:- Click the "Calculate" button. The tool will compute the energy equivalent using the equation E = mc²E = mc²^2E = mc².

**View the Result**:- The calculated energy value will be displayed in the "Energy (E)" field and in the result box below the form.

**Reset**:- To clear all inputs and results, click the "Reset" button. This will allow you to start a new calculation with different values.

**Example Use**:

**Example Calculation**:

- Enter a mass of
`2 kg`

. - Click "Calculate".
- The tool will display the energy equivalent as
`179,751,035,747,363,528 J`

.

This simple process allows users to quickly and easily determine the energy content of a given mass, illustrating the profound relationship between mass and energy.