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Energy vocab

TermDefinition
Potential energy Stored energy
Kinetic energy energy in motion or being used
Motion energy the energy present in moving things such as the wind, a racing car, or a souring ball.
Chemical energy the energy stored in materials such as dynamite , batteries, and gasolin
Gravitational energy The energy stored in objects that are in a position to fall ( once they fall the tip of energy changes.)
Elastic energy The energy stored in stretchy objects (a rubber band)
Heat energy The energy the substance has as a result of its temperature. Higher temp = more heat energy.
Light energy The energy carried by light energy.
Electrical energy Th energy that the electricity provides.
Sound energy The energy carried by sound waves.
Thermal Another word for heat
Temperature Measurement of a amount of thermal energy an object contains.
Molecule The smallest particle into which an element or compound can be divide without changing its practices.
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