University Physics with Modern Physics (14th Edition)

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Chapter 37 - Relativity - Problems - Discussion Questions - Page 1247: Q37.9


No, there are no limits.

Work Step by Step

As a particle's speed approaches c, the Lorentz factor $\gamma$ grows without limit. The momentum and energy are proportional to the Lorentz factor, so there is no theoretical upper limit on either of them.
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