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Types of Energy

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Matthew Lane

on 27 November 2012

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Transcript of Types of Energy

Kinetic and Potential Energy What is Energy? Potential Energy Kinetic Energy The two basic types of energy Conclusion Kinetic energy and potential energy are the major forms of energy Do objects that aren't moving have no energy? The energy an object has due to motion Do you see energy around you?
Do you have energy?
Does your desk have energy? What are these two types of energy? How are they different? How are they the same? Energy is the ability to cause change
Everything around you can change...
Everything around you has energy! Does an object moving faster have more kinetic energy? Can it cause more change? YES! Does a more massive object have more kinetic energy? Can it cause more change? YES! Can an object start to move after being still? That kinetic energy must come from somewhere? Potential energy is energy stored in an object due to its position Are there other forms? How does energy
change forms? Thermal Energy:
Energy that increases
with the temperature Chemical Energy:
Energy stored in chemical bonds Radiant Energy:
Energy of light Electrical Energy:
Energy that is carried by an electric current Nuclear Energy:
Energy stored in the nucleus of an atom To be continued... Some objects have more
potential energy than others If an object is higher does it have more potential energy?
Will it cause more change if it falls? If an object has more mass does it have more potential energy?
Will it cause more change if it falls?
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