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 Related
to the movement of objects or its
position in gravity
 Mechanical
 relates
to the repetitive compression
(squeezing) and rarefaction (letting out) of
molecules in a substance (solid, liquid, gas).
 Sound
 related
to the potential energy stored in the
bonds between atoms in a compound.
 Chemical
 related
to the vibrations of an electrical
charge or magnetic field that produces
electromagnetic waves that can travel
through a vacuum such as space.
 Radiant/Light
 related
to the movement or flow of electrons
which carry a charge.
 Electrical
 related
to the random motion of atoms or
molecules in a substance.
 Thermal/Heat
 related
to the potential energy stored in
bonds between particles in the nucleus of an
 Nuclear
 An
electric lamp
 Electric
to radiant
 An
electric space heater
 Electrical
to Thermal
 Combining
vinegar and baking soda to
produce bubbles and a small amount of heat.
 Chemical
to thermal
 Nuclear
power plant providing energy for a
 Nuclear
to Electrical
 Battery
operated car motor
 Chemical
to Mechanical
cart rolling down a hill
 Gravitational
to mechanical
Which of the following converts light energy
into mechanical energy?
 computer
 electric generator
 radiometer
 Radiometer
 The
ability to do work is known as
 Energy
 The
energy of motion is known as ______.
 Potential
 Kinetic enegy
 Kinetic
 The
stored energy an object has due to its
position or shape is known as ___________.
 Potential
 Kinetic energy
 Potential
 Name
the 4 types of potential energy
 Chemical
 Nuclear Energy
 Stored Mechanical Energy
 Gravitational Energy
 Name
the 5 types of kinetic energy
 Sound
 Radiant/Light Energy
 Thermal Energy/Heat
 Electrical Energy
 Mechanical Energy