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What is Energy? Different Kinds of Energy
What is Energy? The ability to make things move
Can you make things move? Then you have energy… …but there are seven different kinds of energy…
Chemical Energy What holds atoms in molecules together Can be released by chemical reactions like burning wood
Electrical Energy The movement of electrons through matter Electricity is a form of electrical energy
Heat Energy The random motion, or vibration, of atoms in matter The faster the atoms vibrate the more heat energy they have
Light Energy The energy carried by light Yes, whenever you are looking at light, you are looking at energy
Mechanical Energy The energy of moving things When you ride a bike you use mechanical energy
Nuclear Energy Holds protons and neutrons together in an atoms nucleus Powers the sun and nuclear power plants
Sound Energy Vibrates air molecules The air molecules move tiny bones in your ear The message of sound then moves to your brain Can also vibrate objects
Energy can be changed from one form to another Chemical energy in gasoline is changed to heat energy and then to mechanical energy in a car
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