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Elem Chem/phy 8

Kinetic Energy Energy in M0tion
Potential Power Energy that is stored up, just waiting to be used.
Gravitational Energy Potential energy dependent on gravity.
The law of conservation of energy Energy is protected and preserved.
Name different forms of energy Chemical, nuclear, sound, light, heat, electrical and mechanical.
Fossil fuels Fossilized forms of energy that are a great source of fuel.
Oil Reservoirs Some of the fossils produce a huge lake of oil deep in the earth are called this.
Coal Made up of dead plants that turned into carbon.
Natural Gas Fossils that make a gas called methane.
Fossils can make these three forms Solid (coal), liquid (oil)and gas (methane)
Nuclear energy The most plentiful source of energy - the atom. Atomic energy or more accurately called, nuclear energy.
Nuclear fission Splitting of an atom to release energy.
Renewable Energy Energy made from sources that don't run out. It renews itself over and over again.
Hydropower "Hydro" means water. So hydro power means power of water.
Hydroelectricity Electricity from water.
Solar energy Energy from the sun.
Solar thermal collectors Designed to collect the sun's heat, piping it into homes and buildings.
Solar Cells This plates that turn solar energy directly into electricity.
Biofules Energy that comes from living things. "bio" means life.
Created by: Kids3