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energy vocab

Potential Energy Stored Energy.
Kinetic Energy Any Type Of Energy That Is Moving.
Motion Energy Energy presented in moving things, such as wind,a race car,or a soaring ball
Chemical Energy is energy stored in materials such as food,batteries,dynamite,and gasoline.
Gravitational Energy The energy Stored in objects that are in a position to fall. (Once they fall the type of energy changes)
Elastic Energy Energy that is stored in stretchy objects.(rubber bands,and springs)
Heat Energy (thermal) Energy that comes from heat in an object. (Thermal Heat)
Light energy Energy that comes from light rays.
Electric Energy the energy that electricity provides.
Sound Energy Energy carried by sound waves.
Thermal another word for heat.
tempature measurement of the amount of thermal heat an object contains.
frictoin the force resisting relative motion of touch. tow surfaces rubbing in opposite directions create friction
molcule the smallest particle into which an element or compound can be divided, without changing its properties.
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