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Energy

Energy Transformation lab Friction lab

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Friction The property that causes objects to resist being able to move across each other
Energy The ability to be able to do work and enables organisms to use matter in life processes
Energy Transformation Process of changing from one form of energy to another
Energy Transfer Movement of energy from one place to another
Law of Conservation of Energy Energy cannot be created or destroyed
Closed System Does not exchange any matter within its surroundings
Open System Exchanges matter within its surroundings
Kinetic Energy Energy of an object due to the objects motion
Potential Energy The energy an object has because of its position, shape or chemical position
Mechanical Energy The sum of an objects kinetic and potential energy
Sound Energy Kinetic energy that results from a vibration of its particles
Electromagnetic Energy Transmitted through space in the form of electromagnetic energy
Chemical Energy Energy stored in chemical bonds that holds chemical compounds together
Thermal Energy The total kinetic energy of all particles in a substance measured by joules
Electrical Energy Energy of moving electrons
Nuclear Energy Atom of the nucleus
Three substances that can make electricity Heat released by burning coal, Wind, Water
What percentage of bodies chemical energy is used to move around 40%
Fossil Fuels Fuels that we pump or dig up
Whenever energy is converted from one form to another a little bit ends up as what Heat
What type of reaction happens when you mix baking soda and vinegar Chemical Reaction
What type of energy do we give a bowling ball when we pull it back Potential Energy
What energy do we give a bowling ball when we release it Kinetic Energy
A laser converts electrical energy into heat energy by making these kind of molecules Gas Molecules
What are the seven forms of energy Mechanical, Sound, Electromagnetic, Chemical, Thermal, Electrical, Nuclear
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