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Energy cannot be created nor destroyed Law of Conservation of Energy
Matter cannot be created nor destroyed Law of Conservation of Matter
Stored energy, like a skateboarder at the top of a ramp Potential Energy
The energy of motion Kinetic Energy
Burning, friction produces Thermal Energy
Vibrations, thunder produces Sound Energy
Batteries, wood, gasoline are all Chemical Energy
Generators produce Electrical Energy
Simple machines and windmills are all Mechanical Energy
Energy is transferred by conduction, convection, and radiation
Energy transferred through direct contact conduction
Energy transferred in currents of liquids and gases convection
Energy transferred by waves through space radiation
These prevent the transfer of energy insulators
These help the transfer of energy conductors
These waves must move through solids, liquids, or gases mechanical waves
These waves can travel through empty space electromagnetic waves
The matter through which a wave travels is called a medium
The top of the wave crest
Trough the bottom of the wave
Wavelength the distance from the crest of one wave to the crest of the next wave
The height of a wave amplitude
How many waves pass a given point in a given amount of time frequency
What determines the color of a light wave? frequency
We can separate sunlight into all different colors using a prism
Created by: elcamino504