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Answer Matter- anything that takes up space and has mass Energy- the capacity to do work Matter Energy 1) Matter moves in …1) Energy is one way a cycle and eventually is turned into heat 2) Matter has to 2) Energy doesn't necessarily physically take have to physically take up space up space
Matter is anything that takes up space or has volume Energy is the ability to do work
Matter is a form of energy. Energy, in classical physics is defined as either work or heat. Einstein gave us a direct correllation between the two with the equation E=mc 2 . H…eat energy or the energy stored by doing work can both be converted into matter and vice versa.
How do the energy differences between the higher energy levels of an atom compare with the energy differences between the lower energy levels of the atom?
They are smaller in magnitude than those between lower energy levels.
Energy is the capacity for doing work. Energy exists in various forms including kinetic, potential, thermal, chemical, electrical, and nuclear and can be converted from one …form to another. Whereas, matter is the material substance that constitutes the observable universe and, together with energy, forms the basis of all objective phenomena.
Energy and matter are 100% the same thing, but in different forms. In GAMMA RAY BURSTS ( The deaths of supermassive stars (RARE) also called a hypernova), energy is converted …into matter and antimatter (Atoms with opposite charges of NORMAL matter). When matter and antimatter are fused, both (Antimatter is also a form of matter) are turned into energy. E=mc2 shows us how to find out how much energy something that is matter will turn into if it is transformed into energy. Mass of the matter x the speed of light x the speed of light The E stands for the energy and mc2 stands for mass of the matter x the speed of light x the speed of light. Wierd but true!
What is the difference between dark energy and dark matter and what are the inferred affects of each?
From my studies dark energy creates electrical phtons making a stonger pull to the source than dark matter does. In fact, I think that dark energy can power a car, but s…adly it is impossible to harness dark energy. I'll have to do little more research to be sure.
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The two are quite unrelated. It would be harder to find similarities than differences. More exactly, the two are only related by the fact that (as of 2013) we don't understand… either -- thus the name "dark." Dark matter is the type of matter that exists throughout our Universe, which interacts with baryonic matter (ie, the stuff we understand) only through gravity. This stuff (whatever it happens to be) warps space and prevents galaxies from flying apart as they spin; but does not interact via the electromagnetic force, the strong force, or the weak force. Its mass density in our Universe, as best we can tell, is about six times greater than that of bayronic matter. Dark energy is whatever is causing the space within our Universe to increase the rate of expansion. Gravity SHOULD be slowing down that expansion over billions of years, but SOMETHING is causing the rate to go higher. What is causing this? -- we have no idea!!
Friction and cohesiveness are the only differences. The matter has stronger potential energy with stronger cohesive forces and the energy has stronger kinetic energy with dem…onstration as frictional force.
Compare is a verb (the noun is comparison) Difference is a noun (the verb is differentiate). Compare means to consider one or more objects or ideas and to analyze the similar…ities and differences. Differentiate means to be able to consider two similar objects (or ideas) and to identify which is which. Contrast means to consider two objects (or concepts) and to identify the differences between them.
E=mc^2 where E is energy, m is mass and c is the value of the speed of light in a vacuum i.e. 3x10^8 m/s.
comparing is present continues and compares is past participle. this means comparing means de person is still doin it nd compares mean de person hv don it nd theres a possibi…lity he will do it again
Intermolecular forces are very weak in gases. They are stronger in liquids, holding the molecules very close together, but still allowing motion around each other. They are st…rongest in solids, holding the molecules in a tight formation with only vibration about fixed positions.
Matter - eg Carbon, Water, flows as part of a "cycle", driven by the flow of energy which is only one way.