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Types of Energy

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Types of energy

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  • NUCLEAR ENERGY
  • MAGNETIC ENERGY
  • KINETIC ENERGY
  • SOUND ENERGY
  • THERMAL ENERGY
  • Energy found in the nucleus of an atom released by nuclear reactions. Examples can be found in nuclear power stations or atomic bombs.
  • Magnetic energy is energy related to magnets or electromagnets.
  • Anything that moves has kinetic energy, such as cars, runners, bullets. The faster something moves or the more mass it has, the more kinetic energy it has.
  • Energy that is released by vibrating objects is sound energy. The larger the vibrations, the more sound energy is released.
  • Thermal energy, also known as heat energy, is caused by the vibration of the particles in a substance. The hotter something is, the more thermal energy it has.
  • ELASTIC POTENTIAL ENERGY
  • LIGHT ENERGY
  • Forms of Energy
  • GRAVITATIONAL POTENTIAL ENERGY
  • ELECTRICAL ENERGY
  • CHEMICAL ENERGY
  • The energy found in objects that are squashed or stretched. Examples are compressed springs and stretched elastic bands.
  • Light energy is also known as radiant energy. This can be found in all types of electromagnetic radiation.
  • Any object that is raised up has gravitational energy. It depends on the strength of gravity, the mass, and the height of the object.
  • This is energy found in moving charges or static electrical charges. Examples can be found in lightning or any electrical circuit.
  • Chemical energy is the energy stored in the bonds between atoms and molecules. This energy can be released by chemical reactions, such as combustion.

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