Some articles on mass, mass differences, mass difference:
... by Rutherford) was much more easily measured than the (still small) change in the gross mass of materials, as a result ... can give these energies by measuring mass differences before and after reactions, but in practice, these mass differences in 1905 were still too small to be measured in bulk ... possibly likely to allow measurement of changes in mass difference, as a check on Einstein's equation itself ...
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