It is not correct to say that "matter can neither be created nor destroyed." What must we say instead?
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It is not correct to say that
“Matter can neither be created nor destroyed “
In fact, the law of conservation can be stated as matter can be converted form to another. Mass and energy are interconvertible and the total energy are inter convertible and the total energy is conserved in any physical process.
We have to say that we mean on a closed system.