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SCIENCE

TermDefinition
Mechanical energy Energy motion or position Ex.- rollercoaster
Thermal energy Heat energy Ex.-Boiling water
Electromagnetic energy Light energy Ex.-Solar panels
Electrical energy Movement of electrons Ex.-Anything that gets plugged in,fan or lamp
Nuclear energy Released during nuclear fusion Ex.-The sun
Chemical energy Chemical reaction Ex.-Firecracker or a match
What is the source of our energy? The sun
Law of conservation Energy that can't be created or destroyed
Hairdryer Example of electrical and thermal energy
Pushing box on carpet Example of thermal and mechanical
Electric saw and shredder Electrical energy - mechanical energy
Kinetic energy Faster moving, in motion
Potential energy Particles moving apart, stored energy on A energy
Created by: ashleyc.3