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chemical energy Chemical energy is stored in the bonds of atoms and molecules – it is the energy that holds these particles together.
thermal energy Thermal energy is created from the vibration of atoms and molecules within substances.
electrical energy Electrical energy is caused by moving electric charges called electrons. The faster the charges move, the more electrical energy they carry.
sound energy Sound energy is the movement of energy through substances. It moves in waves and is produced when a force makes an object or substance vibrate.
potental energy Potential energy is defined as mechanical energy, stored energy, or energy caused by its position.
kinetic energy The kinetic energy of an object depends on both its mass and velocity, with its velocity playing a much greater role.
Elastic Energy Elastic energy is a form of potential energy which is stored in an elastic object - such as a coiled spring or a stretched elastic band
nuclear energy Nuclear energy is stored in the nucleus of atoms. This energy is released when the nuclei are combined (fusion) or split apart (fission).
radiant energy The term is most commonly used in the fields of radiometry, solar energy
light energy Light energy is a form of electromagnetic radiation. Light consists of photons, which are produced when an object's atoms heat up.
motion energy Motion energy – or mechanical energy – is the energy stored in objects; as objects move faster,
gravintational energy Gravitational energy is a form of potential energy. It is energy associated with gravity or gravitational force – in other words,
Created by: jeremiah strange