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Potential Energy Stored energy
Kinetic Energy energy in motion
Motion energy the energy present in moving things,such as the wind, a racing car, or a soaring ball
Chemical energy the energy stored in materials such as food,batteries, dynamite,and gasoline
gravitational energy the energy stored in that are in a postion to fall (once they fall the the type of
Elastic energy the energy stored in stretchy objects, like rubber bands or springs
Heat energy the energy a substance has as a result of its temps
sound energy energy that is carried by sound waves
light energy the energy that is carried by light rays
thermal another word for heat
temperature measurment of the amount of theamal heat an object cantians
Friction The force of resisting reality motion of surface that touch When two objects rub together in different directions friction is created.
Molecule The smallest particals in which the eleemaent or compound can be divid without changing it
Created by: BoB175