Energy from vibrations of electrically charged particles
Energy of moving electrons
Energy of moving objects
Energy from an object's vibrations traveling through air
Energy of particles making up an object (the movement of atoms/particles)
Energy caused by changes to an atom's nucleus
Energy stored in a substance that is released when the substance reacts
Energy caused by a body's (i.e. Earth) gravitational pull
Energy stored in an object
Energy in motion
Changing energy from one form to another
Moving energy from one place or object to another
The ability to do work
When a force is applied to an object, causing it to move
Law of Conservation of Energy
Energy is neither created nor destroyed, but only changed
The movement of thermal energy
Transfer of thermal energy through solids by direct contact
Transfer of thermal energy through liquids or gases; circulation of hot and cold
Transfer of thermal energy through space by waves, without direct contact
When thermal energy moves from something warmer to something cooler until both are the same temperature
The measure of kinetic energy in a substance
A machine that produces electricity
A mechanical device with blades that spin by pressure from water, steam, or air
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