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energy stored in bonds between atoms chemical energy
energy due to electrons moving through an object electrical energy
energy due to the movement of objects kinetic energy
energy in an object as and object does work mechanical energy
energy stored in nucleus of atoms, released when atoms are broken down into smaller parts nuclear energy
endothermic reaction a reaction that requires or takes in heat or energy
exothermic reaction a reaction that releases energy as heat or light
chemical equilibrium when reactants and product concentrations are equal
reactants elements or molecules that go into a chemical reaction
products the molecules that are the end result of a chemical reaction
energy that is stored in some form potential energy
energy in the form of electromagnetic waves (can be heat or light) radiant energy
energy in longitudinal waves as they move through an object sound energy
energy due to the movement of particles based on temperature thermal or heat energy
activation energy energy needed to start a reaction, like moving a match against a rough surface
Created by: lb goodlock