5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- inelastic collision
- mass energy
- Law of Conservation of Energy
- a Energy of sound waves or particle oscillations; must have a medium to be transmitted.
- b Colliding objects stick together after a collision.
- c Nuclear energy production by the combination of two atom's nuclei.
- d The equivalent of the energy of all matter itself if you could convert the matter into energy using the formula E=mc2.
- e States that energy cannot be created or destroyed, only changed from one form to another.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The sum of the kinetic energies of all the particles in an object.
- A form of radiant energy from electricity and magnetism.
- Occurs when two objects collide and rebound so that the sum of their momentums and the sum of their kinetic energies are the same before and after the collision.
- Energy of position.
- Energy produced by the excess, lack, or movement of electrons.
5 True/False questions
First Law of Thermodynamics → The total amount of energy entering a process equals the sum of all the forms of energy that exist at the end of the process.
cooling → Loss of thermal energy.
heat → The movement of thermal energy into or out of a system.
joule → Unit of energy.
chemical → Energy stored in chemical bonds.