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Give an advantage of Nuclear Power No CO2 emissions
Give a disadvantage of Nuclear Power Radioactive waste
Suggest a commonly used domestic renewable energy? Solar
Which energy is best described as the movement of particles? Electrical
After a ball is dropped, just before it hits the ground, what kind of energy does it have? kinetic
When a ball is held at a height, what kind of energy does it have? Potential
Coal, wood, oil. What do these have in common? They're non-renewable sources of energy
Water, wind, the sun. What do these have in common? They're renewable sources of energy.
Pick the odd one out. Solar. Biomass, Geothermal, Heat, Nuclear, Wave, Coal, Oil. Heat
Describe the energy conversion in a Jack in the Box? Potential-Kinetic
Describe the energy conversion in boiling a kettle. Electrical-heat
Why doesn't a dropped football bounce forever? It loses energy to its' surroundings.
Suggest an energy sources that could be used in the west coast of Ireland Wind
Suggest a source of energy that could be used for a community near water Hydroelectic
Suggest an energy source that could be used for people who live on islands in rough seas. Wave
Suggest an inefficent energy source used in Ireland Fossil Fuels
Name a thing that change electrical energy to light energy. Bulb
What is the law of conservation of energy? Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be changed from one form to another
How does a toaster work? It changes electrical energy to heat energy
What is the unit of energy? Joules (J)
What allows a falling ball to speed up? Potential energy converting to kinetic energy
How would you measure the energy in a peanut but burning it under a can of water? Measure the change in temperature.
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