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Energy usable power that comes from heat, electricity, etc. Ability to do work
Potential Energy the amount of energy a thing (as a weight raised to a height or a coiled spring)
Kinetic Energy energy associated with motion
Mechanical Energy energy of motion
Thermal Energy heat energy, caused by the movement of atoms and molecules within a sub stance
Electrical Energy energy of electrical charges; energy delivered by tiny charged particles, called electrons
Chemical Energy Potential energy stored in the chemical bonds that hold chemicals compounds together
Nuclear Energy potential energy stored in the nucleus of an atom
Electromagnetic Energy The entire range of wavelengths or frequencies of electromagnetic waves extending from gamma rays to the longest radio waves and including visible light
Gravitational Energy potential energy related to an object’s height
Elastic Energy potential energy associated with objects that can be stretched or compressed
Law of Conservation of Energy is a law of science that states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, but only changed from one form into another or transferred from one object to another.
Fossil Fuels a fuel (such as coal, oil, or natural gas) that is formed in the earth from dead plants or animals
Energy Transformation process of changing one form of energy to one other.
Renewable Resources any resources that can be reused over again (solar, wind)
Nonrenewable Resources resources that can be used only once. (fossil fuels)
examples of chemical energy battery,food
examples of elastic energy bow and arrow
examples of fossil fuels coal , oil
examples of nuclear energy the sun
examples of mechanical biking
examples of potenital a rock sitting on a mountains
examples of kinetic swiming
example of thermal volcano
example of em light
Created by: Pasciutac