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~MR.CENT~

My Science Project...
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Jacob Warren

on 27 February 2011

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Transcript of ~MR.CENT~

MR.CENT Mechanical
Radiant
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Chemical
Electrical
Nuclear
Thermal
! Alright kids, lets learn about the 6 different
types of ENERGY! We'll start with Mechanical Energy.
Follow me!!!!!!!! Mechanical Energy
Definition Examples Kinetic Energy: The energy of MOTION Potential Energy: An object that stores energy
in the result of its position.
moving water moving vehicles a rolling ball a sliding object Sound Energy is the kinetic energy of something moving,

Therefore, sound energy is mechanical energy.

btw if...
sound energy had its own category,
of energy... This would be the...
MR. SCENT project!
LOL Radiant Energy. Definition Examples ehh anyway continuing Mechanical energy is all the energy in a mechanical system.
It includes kinetic energy, the energy of motion, and potential energy. Potential energy is the stored energy of position. Radiant Energy is enrgy transmitted in wave motion, especially elctromagnetic waves. Examples include... visible light gamma rays x-rays RADIO WAVES FAQ's Is radiant energy just visble light???
Absolutly Not, visble light is an example of radiant energy and the most
common known example of radiant energy, but ANYTHING transmitted in wave
motion. Is Superman's super vison radiant energy? i geuss?? contiuing... Chemical Energy
Definition Chemical Energy is energy released by a chemical reaction. A chemical reaction is process in which a substance is transformed into a new substance through chemical change. Examples A chemical reaction happens when we eat food
and turn it in to energy to move. When we burn wood. During the process of neutrilization when we mix and acid with a base to create salt and water. Photosynthesis rusting, rotting and mixing chemicals are all good examples of chemical reaction producing chemical energy. What are signs of a chemical reaction taking place??? A formation of a solid that is different than all of the reactants Color Changes! The forming of a gas. look for BUBBLES! lastly, thermal changes. Mechanical energy is all the energy in a mechanical system. It includes kinetic energy,
energy of motion, and potential energy. Potential energy is the stored energy of position. so when you pluck a guitar sting you hear the vibrations of the kinetic energy. LOL! follow me Electrical Energy Definition Energy made available by the flow of electric charge through a conductor. Examples! TV, Light bulb, Phones, Ipods, computers, etc... Nuclear Energy Definition Nuclear energy is energy in the nucleus (core) of an atom. In nuclear fission, atoms are split apart to form smaller atoms, releasing energy. Power Plants
The most visible source of nuclear energy are the more than 400 worldwide power plants that function on nuclear reactors. These reactors contain the reaction of nuclear fission, which produces heat that is then used to create electricity. More than 20 percent of power in the United States is produced by these power plants. nuclear weapons: a-bomb, h-bomb, nuclear missiles Examples Thermal Energy Thermal energy is generated and measured by heat of any kind. It is caused by the increased activity or velocity of molecules in a substance, which in turn causes temperature to rise accordingly. Definition Examples Radiation Heat: Energy transmitted through space.
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