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6th Science Unit 4

the ability to change energy
energy due to motion kinetic energy
stored energy potential energy
kinetic plus potential energy (position and motion) mechanical energy
kinetic energy caused by the vibration of particles in a something like steel, water or air sound energy
transmitted through space in the form of electromagnetic waves. These waves are caused by the vibration of electrically charged particles. (x-rays and microwaves) electromagnetic energy
the stored energy that results form the position of motion of charged particles. electrical energy
a form of potential energy that depends on the kinds of atoms and their arrangement. During chemical change, bonds between atoms break and new bonds form. chemical energy
kinetic energy of an object's particles. Particles move faster at a higher temperature, heat is transferred form an object with higher temperature to an object of lower temperature. (spoon to ice cream) thermal energy
the nucleus of an atom is it's source of nuclear energy. When the atom's nucleus breaks apart, or when two or more atoms join, energy is released. (energy given off by sun) nuclear energy
occurs when energy changes from one form to another. Any form of energy can change ito any other form of energy. energy transformation
energy CANNOT be created or destroyed, it can only change forms. law of conservation of energy
Created by: ashaver