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Energy Forms Review

potential and kinetic energy forms

TermDefinition
potential stored energy
kinetic energy of motion
chemical energy stored in the bonds between atoms
nuclear energy stored in the nucleus of an atom
stored mechanical (elastic) energy stored in objects by application of a force (rubber bands, springs)
gravitational energy of place or position (height above ground)
radiant energy that travels in transverse waves (also called light or electromagnetic energy)
thermal internal energy in substances (due to vibrations of particles)
mechanical energy of movement of objects from one place to another
sound movement of energy through substances in longitudinal (compression/rarefaction) waves
electrical energy of the movement of electrons
Created by: lfurrow13