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Kinetic Energy The energy of motion Ex. Riding a bike, frog leaping Leaping Frog
Energy stored in chemical bonds- potential energy Energy released when burned Ex. Coal, oil, propane, food, matches, and batteries Coal
Energy stored within the nucleus of the atom- potential energy Released by joining nuclei (fusion) or splitting nuclei (fission) Ex. Sun (join), nuclear plant (split) Sun
Moving electric charges (electrons) produce electricity- kinetic energy Ex. Runs computers, radios, and light bulbs
Motion of particles within atoms that make up matter Moves in waves- Kinetic Energy Ex. Microwaves, UV Radiation, visible light, gamma rays, x-rays, radio waves, and infrared Brain X-Ray
The total energy of the particles in an object Ex. Oven, body heat, and regular heat Body Heat
The energy of the vibration of molecules Travels in Longitudinal Waves Ex. The bass in music, and humming Sound Waves On Water
Any form of energy can be converted into another form of energy
Riding a bicycle Changes: Chemical Energy Mechanical Energy
Speakers Changes: Electrical Energy Sound Energy
The Sun Changes: Nuclear Energy Thermal Energy
The Law of Conservation of Energy states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, but only changed from one form into another.
Forms of Energy & Energy Conversions
Energy The ability to cause a change.
Other Forms of Energy Chapter 9 Section 1.
Energy PowerPoint By Martin. Kinetic energy Kinetic Energy is energy that is in motion. Moving water and wind are good examples of kinetic energy.
Six Forms of Energy. 1.Mechanical Energy: energy due to an object’s motion or position. Examples: moving object, stationary (still) object.
Energy Forms and Transformations
Energy and Transformation of Energy
Forms of Energy Objective:
Potential and Kinetic Energy doesn’t just “appear” it comes from something or some other form.
Energy What is energy? Energy is the ability to do work.
The Science of Energy.
Energy Where Energy Begins Types of Energy Forms of Energy Changes
Energy Notes Foldables/notes.
Oneone EEM-2 Objective: To identify the 6 forms of energy in order to recognize the forms in daily life. Energy Note: How can energy be recognized in our.
Forms of Energy. Mechanical Thermal Chemical Electrical Electromagnetic Nuclear Energy can be transferred, or converted, from one form to another!
Forms of Energy. Conservation of Energy Energy cannot be created or destroyed. It can only be changed from one form to another. The above statement is.
Energy Forms and Sources What comes to mind when you think of the word Energy?
Book ‘M’ Chapter 5, Section 2. The total potential and kinetic energy of particles in an object Examples ◦ Lava: high thermal energy due to high amount.
TYPES OF ENERGY Mechanical, Thermal, Electrical, Chemical, Nuclear, and Electromagnetic,
10 TYPES OF ENERGY Translational, Rotational, Electromagnetic, Electrical, Chemical, Thermal, Sound, Elastic, Gravitational and Nuclear.
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