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Energy

by Calvin Adkins

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Chemical energy
Mechanical energy
Food: Digested to convert chemical energy into other forms of energy used by cells.
Cold packs: Chemical energy is absorbed in a reaction.
Photosynthesis: Changes solar energy into chemical energy.
Cellular respiration: A set of reactions that changes the chemical energy in glucose into chemical energy in ATP, a form our bodies can use.
Chemical batteries: Store chemical energy to be changed into electricity.
Biomass: Combustion reaction converts chemical energy into light and heat.

Mechanical energy
Turning a doorknob
Breathing in and out
Hammering a nail
Riding a bicycle
Sharpening a pencil
Using kitchen appliances
Listening to music
Typing on a keyboard
Driving a car
Exercising
Radiant energy
Nucular energy
The heat emitted from a campfire.
Emission of heat from a hot sidewalk.
X-rays give off radiant energy.
Microwaves utilize radiant energy.
Space heaters produce radiant energy.
Heat created by the body can be radiant energy.
Home heating units.
Fixtures that convert solar energy to heat.
Nucular energy
Nuclear Fusion. When you think about nuclear fusion, think about things fusing together. ...
Nuclear Fission. ...
Electricity. ...
Nuclear Weapons. ...
Space Exploration. ...
Nuclear Medicine. ...
Food Treatments.
thermal energy
1. A 12 ounce glass of water at 70 degrees has more thermal energy than a 12 ounce glass of water at 60 degrees.
2. Adding ice to a glass of water causes the temperature of the water to decrease because the thermal energy in the water causes the ice to melt.
3. A grill gives off thermal energy by burning propane.
4. The sun's thermal energy heats our atmosphere.
5. Thermal energy from a hot stove is transferred to a metal pot and causes the water molecules to move faster increasing the temperature of the water.
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