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Energy Quiz

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Energy is defined as the ability to so ____________ or cause ____________. work/change
Work is defined as the ______________ of energy from one object to another. transfer
Potential energy is energy that an object has due to it's motions. true/false false
Kinetic energy is energy that is stored and held in readiness. true/false false
The particles move faster when there is more of this energy; we sense it as heat or warmth. Thermal energy
Energy that is stored in the bonds that hold a chemical together; glucose has energy because of the bonds that hole the atoms together, Chemical energy
Moving electrical charges; electricity, Electrical energy
Energy that travels as waves; light, radio waves and infrared waves are all examples Electromagnetic energy
Energy stored in the nucleus or core of an atom; released when the nuclei of atoms fuse (join together) or split apart. Nuclear Energy
Energy associated with motion and the position of an object. Mechanical energy
Created by: mominter