Conservation of angular momentum, Physics

Conservation of angular momentum

The overall angular momentum of any closed system remains constant.

There are many other laws which deal with particle physics, as conservation of baryon number, of strangeness, etc., that are conserved in some basic interactions (as the electromagnetic interaction) however not others (as the weak interaction).

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