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Forms of Energy

Source of Energy The place where energy comes from.
Energy The ability to do work.
Solar Energy Energy from the sun.
Mechanical Energy The energy of motion.
Thermal Energy Heat energy.
Light Energy that travels in waves and can move through empty space.
Sound Energy that can be heard and is made by vibrating objects.
Electrical Energy Energy made by electric charges.
Chemical Energy Energy stored in chemical bonds.
Potential Energy The energy an object has while at rest. * The amount of potential energy stored in an object depends on the object's mass and position. * The higher an object is, the more potential energy it has.
Kinetic Energy The energy an object has while it is in motion. * The amount of kinetic energy an object has depends on the mass of the object and how fast the object is moving. * The more mass a moving object has, the more kinetic energy it has.
Created by: Caitlyn Pena