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Vocabulary List and Definitions
1. Attracting – To draw by a physical force causing or tending to cause to
approach, adhere, or unite; pull.
2. Chemical Energy – Energy which is stored within the bonds of atoms and
molecules of a
a. substance. Released when they are broken and the substance
undergoes a chemical reaction.
3. Electromagnetic Energy – Energy that is reflected or emitted from objects
in the form of electrical and magnetic waves that can travel through space.
4. Gravitational Energy – Energy an object possesses because of its position
in a gravitational
a. field.
5. Kinetic Energy – Energy in the form of motion. The greater the mass and
velocity of a moving object,
a. the more kinetic energy it has.
6. Mass- The amount of matter in something
7. Mechanical Energy – Energy of an object or system due to its motion or
position.
8. Motion – A change in the position of an object
9. Nuclear Energy – The energy released during nuclear fission or fusion.
10.Potential Energy – Stored energy. The amount of potential energy of an
object depends on its position
a. or condition.
11.Repelling – To push back or away by a force, as one body acting upon
another.
12.Thermal Energy – Energy produced by the internal motion of particles.