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Chemical Energy

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Chemical energy is a form of potential energy, and is present in various things such as foods, fuels and batteries. It may be released during a chemical reaction, often in the form of heat.
Holding a cup of boiled water the heat from the liquid will make the cup hot itself. An ice cube melting in your hand because the heat from your hand was conducted to the ice cube. Metal and electricity are very good conductors, wood is a horrible conductor. Hope that helped (:
That would either be the North Pole or South Pole, depending onwhat season/time of year it is.
advantages would be doesn't pollute, and it stores many things. disadvantages would be pollution caused by the burning of fuel cells
A battery and the human metabolic system are examples of uses of chemical energy but there are way too many uses to list here!
Plants have specialized organelles in their cells calledchloroplasts that perform photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is theprocess that takes light energy from the sun and binds that energyinto glucose.
Darlington power station refers to a series of two coal-fired powerstations situated in Darlington in County Durham , North East England .
You use chemical energy in almost every part of your daily life. Your body is the perfect example. The food you eat has chemical energy stored in the bonds of the compounds that make it up and digestion breaks those bonds down, releasing that energy. Another example might be driving your car to...
A combustion engine converts chemical energy in gasoline to mechanical energy in the engine.
The same year that man discovered fire.
yes the whole point of a chemical reaction is to produce some type of energy like in a battery
it is changed into sound energy in the form of audible sound made by the cracker and light energy and the kinetic energy of the particles of a cracker which moves after explosion.
Photosynthesis - to be more exact, photons of light are absorbed bypigments in photosystems. The photon of light is transferred toother pigment molecules until reaching a chlorophyll a molecule inthe reaction centre. The photon energy excites one of thechlorophyll a electrons to a higher energy...
yes.coal is a fossil and it changes chemical energy into heat energy on burning it in the presence of oxygen.
The energy that is present in the movements of an atom is kinetic energy, which is the energy of motion.
It stores energy until a cell needs it.The ATP is an example of chemical potential energy because itstores energy. This energy is stored until cells are in need.
Renewable energy (solar, wind, water, hydro, tidal and wave, geothermal, ocean thermal, biomass, biofuel and hydrogen). I must say bioenergy had not occurred to me as a future energy source, but my initial reaction was to jump to a connection between DNA mapping and biologically produced...
Nuclear energy is the only energy that the human body does notproduce.
Chemical energy is the energy that is found in the chemical bonds of molecules. These bonds are electromagnetic in nature, so the electroweak force would be responsible for chemical energy.
Plants can change light energy into chemical energy during the process of photosynthesis!
For example, the Sun, as well as other stars.
Chemical energy is energy produced by chemical reactions. Burning gasoline is one example. The reactions of materials in a battery that produce electricy are another. There are many such examples. Mechanical energy is energy of a mechanical system, such as a motor or engine. Examples are the...
Chemical energy is that energy contained in a chemical substancethat is released when that substance reacts with another substance.For instance there the sucrose molecule stores chemical energy.
There is no tidal power plant in India as such but Gujarart has given a proposal for THE KALPASAR PROJECT which if started in if this year will finish till 2020.
Radiant electromagnetic energy is converted into chemical energy in photosynthesis,
There are two elements.They are Nitrogen and Hydrogen.
Energy can be used into your appliances in your home,etc.
Some chemical sources are bad for the environment, for example gases creates greenhouse effects which make global warming.
Be more precise in your calculations and observe more. It sounds easy, but it's a lot of practical work.
The number of revolutions the disk in a kWh meter needs to make to produce a read increase of one unit (1 kWh) is 1000 divided by the disk constant. The disk in a meter with a 7.2 constant (Kh = 7.2) will have to make 138 and 8/9 revolutions to make the right most dial in the meter increase its read...
If you refer to the units, energy is measured in joules. If you refer to the units, energy is measured in joules. If you refer to the units, energy is measured in joules. If you refer to the units, energy is measured in joules.
Yes, the water boils and releases energy!!!
or example is sun, stove, and food....
The energy that is used to make a machine run is electrical energy.
Odor is caused by "smelly" compounds reaching your nostrils. Particles move faster when they have more energy. The higher the temperature, the more energy that particles have. In the summertime, these "smelly" compounds are able to move more quickly because it is warmer outside.
This can be done in various ways, for example: Photosynthesis is one important example. Energy in light drives a chemical reaction making sugars from carbon dioxide and water. The sugar is then stored as a source for chemical energy. Intense heat from light can cause oxidation that would otherwise...
Batteries do this. Perhaps you are talking about biological cells. There are organisms that give off light, and these cells are referred to as fuel cells.
X-rays (electromagnetic) and beta/alpha (particulate) are some examples of radiation.
Motors that run on gasoline, kerosene, propane, natural gas, oil etc. do exactly that. So do steam engines that burn fuel to boil water.
in everything
A Physicist studies energy, also physics.
Acoustic energy is sound energy. The definition of sound says that it is a disturbance of energy that comes through matter as a wave, and that humans perceive sound by the sense of hearing. Sound pressure is the effect and sound power (energy) is the cause. But our eardrums are only...
Great question! It depends on the size. 20 minutes = 0.66 hours. Small: 800 watts/hour 264 watts in 20 minutes Medium: 1440 watts/hour 475 watts in 20 minutes Large: 2000 watts/hour 666 watts in 20 minutes To get an idea of how much this is, in terms of cost and in comparison with other...
These are things that are not comparable. Nuclear power refers to the fuel, just as natural gas, coal, or oil would. Steam refers to how the fuel is used, and the fuel might be natural gas, coal, oil, or nuclear; an alternative to steam would be to use natural gas or oil to power a turbine directly.
This would be its chemical potential energy, of course it depends on what other chemical(s) it is reacting with, such as oxygen.
Gasoline is a combination of several hydrocarbons which when oxidized (chemical reaction) release heat energy.
It is a physical property
Chemical energy is energy stored in the bonds of a molecule. It is released/used through chemical reactions and is a type of POTENTIAL energy. KINETIC energy is energy possessed by an object due to its motion.
Basra is both a state capital and a state of Iraq. The largest field in the state is the Rumaila field, a huge field as documented in the second reference. Not only is there variation of properties from field to field, but also well to well within the same field. Therefore, the oil is divided...
If you are told in the question that the object is moving then it most likely posses kinetic energy. When it is not on the ground, it also possess potential energy, gravitational potential energy to be precise. In this case, the bird possesses both.
In practical terms, no. Experiments show that the available current is less than 20 milliamps, at a voltage of a volt or less. This may be enough to make a high-efficiency light-emitting diode glow, but "light bulb" implies an incandescent (filament in glass) lamp, and the available power is...
The delta H of the reaction, which is ENTHALPY. This is equivalent to the internal change in the energy of a close system under constant pressure. A negative value indicates an EXOTHERMIC reaction, which means that energy was released during the reaction. A positive value indicates an ENDOTHERMIC...
There is no specific lowest level of metabolism.
His muscles gets hot as they turn chemical energy into kinetic energy. Kinetic energy turns into heat in the bearings and the brakes on the bike due to friction.
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Yes.. but it depends on the energy that is changing or being changed
The device that uses chemical energy to give charges electric potential energy is a battery because it uses chemical energy which gives off potential electric charges.
I just remember my teacher at school saying in chemistry that it was an example of exothermic energy since it was giving out more heat to the surroundings. So yes :)
They just threw that question at me too. I looked around the provided resources and found: A molecular model of gas solubility. The solubility of gases, like other solubilities, can increase or decrease with temperature. A simple model can be used to explain why gases can behave either way,...
It depends on several factors. Did you preheat? If so then the top is is your best bet. If not then the bottom will get the benefit of the burners firing off more often until the oven is heated to the desired temperature. Of course if your oven is poorly insulated and requires the burners to fire...
Electrons flow from an area of higher potential (more electrons) to an area of lower potential (less electrons). The difference in these potentials is called Voltage. Inside a battery a chemical reaction forces electrons to build up on one side (the negative terminal) When a wire connects to two...
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a dry cell can make electric energy
In the ocean 80% of all light energy is converted to chemical energy!!!! . Brittney De La Rosa
Coal, natural gas, and oil are all examples of fossil fuels. Coal was formed in the warm tropical swamps that were located near the equator. It must be mined, that is the only way to get to it. Natural gas was formed by bacteria partially decomposed the organic materials mixed with sediment. This...
Light rays are a form of radiant energy. Light rays are the visiblelight region from around 400 - 700 nm. All types of electromagneticradiation are radiant energy.
Heat is a form of energy that is a bit qualitative...when the temperature of 1 body is higher than the other we say the 1st body has higher heat content......Fuels do contain heat energy...but it is not what they are meant for....Fuels are basically chemicals which upon combustion get converted into...
Energy is measured in Joules most often.