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Force, Motion, & Energy

The energy stored in the bonds of chemical compounds; such as the energy stored in food, coal, or a battery
Electric energy produced by the power of moving or falling water
The energy associated with moving electric charges; examples include power lines, electric motors, and sunlight
The ability to do work or cause change; examples include electromagnetic, chemical, nuclear, mechanical, and heat energy.
The energy an object has a result of its motion or movement
The energy an object can have due to its position, shape, or condition
When one form of energy changes into another, such as the conversion of solar energy to electrical energy
The energy an object has due to its position; the sum of an objects kinetic or potential energy
The energy stored in the nucleus of an atom, released when the nucleus of an atom splits