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Homes- Energy

Holmes - Energy

Energy The ability to cause change or do work
Matter Physics is the study of the interaction of energy and __________
Electromagnetic The radiant form of energy that travels in waves through space.
Mchanical The form of energy in moving objects.
Nuclear Form of energy that is stored in the nucleus of atoms.
Electrical the flow of electrons through a conductor.
Chemical A form of energy stored in the bonds holding atoms together
Thermal Form of energy associated with heat.
Mass, gravity, and height Potential Energy is directly related to
mass and velocity Kinetic Energy is directly related to
Stored energy Potential Energy
Moving energy Kinetic Energy
Joule (J) Work & Energy are both measured in
Conservation of energy energy cannot be created nor destroyed, But can be converted into energy.
Transformations of a Lava Lamp 1. Mechanical energy from Buford Damn 2. Electrical Energy to the lamp 3. Light/ Electromagnetic energy to the light bulb 4. Thermal energy heating up the liquid 5. Convection current to make the 'lava' move
Transformations of a cookie chemical ---> mechanical
Transformation of a flashlight Electrical ---> light/ electromagnetic
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