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Massless particles (special relativity) [closed]

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( 4 months ago )

My syllabus on special relativity says the following:

We see that special relativity allows massless particles:

E=pcE=pc

which leads to M=0M=0

They literally don't say anything else. I don't get it. How does E=pcE=pc lead to M=0M=0?

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