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Unit 4 Vocabulary

PLTW EE

TermDefinition
Chemical Energy The potential energy locked within a system.
Exhaustible Energy Any source of energy that is limited and cannot be replaced when it is used, such as oil, coal, and natural gas.
Inexhaustible Energy An energy source that will never run out.
Kinetic Energy The energy possessed by a body as a result of its motion.
Mechanical Energy Energy produced by mechanical devices, such as gears, pulleys, levers, or internal combust
Non-Renewable Energy A resource that cannot be replaced once used. ion engines.
Nuclear Energy The power of the atom.
Renewable Energy A resource that can be replaced when needed.
Alternative fuels Fuels to eventually replace dwindling supplies of fossil fuels, such as biodiesel and hydrogen.
Energy conservation Conserving resources through efficient and prudent use.
Natural resources Naturally occurring materials found within the Earth or its atmosphere.
Biodegradable Items that can easily degrade by natural processes such as exposure to sun and water or the action of bacteria of fungi.
Conduction The way in which heat travels through a solid material.
Convection The way in which heat travels by movement or circulation within liquids or gases.
Insulation A material used to prevent the passage of heat, electricity, or sound.
Organic Materials Materials with carbon-based structures that originate from or relate to living organisms
Raw Materials A material that is human-made or is from natural resources that is used to produce a product.
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