What are the different types of energy from the sun?
Light nd heat
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The basic ones are just: Chemical Energy- CE Kinetic Energy-KE Heat energy-HE Light energy-LE Gravitational Potential energy-GPE Chemical energy-CE Sound energy- SE Electrical energy-EE Elastic potential energy-EPE Magnetic Kinetic Heat/Thermal Light Gravitational Potential Chemical Sound Electrical… Elastic nuclear Sound (MORE)
-Light Energy -Thermal Energy -Chemical Energy -Gravitational Potential Energy -Kinetic Energy -Sound Energy -Electrical Energy I think that's all or most of them :)
Answer . Primarily, the sun radiates energy in the form of light. Light waves, or photons, carry the energy away uniformly in all directions. The sun also transfers a miniscule proportion of its energy in other ways. It emits streams and bursts of kinetic energy and electric potential energy when… it ejects high speed charged particles into space, commonly called the solar wind and solar flares. The sun also transfers kinetic and thermal energy to its orbiting planets through gravitationally induced tidal friction.. Some suns explode following the depletion of all their fuel, resulting in a single, cataclysmic kinetic energy release. In this explosion, the sun releases potential atomic energy captured in the byproducts of a solar lifetime of nuclear fusion. These byproducts, known to us as the elements of the periodic table (such as carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen) make up the stuff of other suns, planets, and their inhabitants. (MORE)
there are many types of energy are; potential energy, kinetic energy. Mechanical energy, electrical energy, solar energy, wind energy, thermal energy and nuclear energy
Sound Energy . Light Energy . Nuclear Energy . Chemical Energy . Electrical Energy . Solar Energy Wind Energy . Kinetic Energy . Potential Energyuclear
potential energy is the energy possessed by an object because of its position relativeto other objects (gravitational), stresses within itself (elastic)or its electric charge (electric / magnetic field).
- mechanical - sound - static - kinetic - potential - chemical - nuclear - thermal - electrical - light - gravitational - solar - wind
This is a very oversimplified answer. . Ultimately, all of a sun's energy comes from gravity. Due to the shear mass of a star, the gravitational forces in the sun are so strong that, at the center of the sun, atoms are fused together in a process called nuclear fusion. Nuclear fusion itself liber…ates a huge amount of thermal (heat)and electromagnetic (light) energy, and this energy both heats the sun, making it hotter, and escapes from the sun in the form of sunlight. The sun also discharges some of its particles at very high speed into near and far space, called solar flares and the solar wind. . So, to answer the question, the following types of energy are in the sun: . Gravitational potential energy; . Thermonuclear energy; . Thermal kinetic energy; . Light energy; and . Ballistic kinetic energy. (MORE)
there are loads. Wind energy . Biomass . solar cells . Gas . Oil . Coal . Nuclear . Hydro-electric . tidal . solar heating . Food . hope this helps. -D
Potential energy is energy not being used, but available. Kinetic energy is the energy of an object in motion. Some other types of energy are mechanical, thermal, chemical, electrical, radiant, and atomic energy.
I assume you mean for peaceful purposes. There are thermal nuclear reactors and fast reactors. The thermal ones use a moderator to slow down the neutrons produced by fission. The moderator can be normal water, heavy water, or graphite. The normal water types are the Pressurised Water Reactor (PWR) a…nd Boiling Water Reactor (BWR), these are the types used exclusively in the US, and in France. The heavy water types most used are the Candu which is used in Canada and has been exported to India. The graphite types have been most used in the UK, starting with the Magnox and going on to the Advanced Gascooled Reactor (AGR). Graphite moderator has also been used in the Russian RBMK design. Fast reactors don't have a moderator, and therefore cannot be built with a water filled core, so have used liquid metal, usually sodium, as coolant. Prototypes have been built and operated, but not commercially as yet (see Dounreay PFR). Other types of reactors include breeders which breed fissionable fuel, gas cooled helium with gas turbine, and molten salt, but these are all experimental or paper reactors, and may or may not be used commercially in the future. You will find more in Wikipedia under these headings.. (MORE)
Nuclear energy (energy in the nucleus of an atom). . Tidal energy (a form of hydroenergy). . Geothermal energy (thermal energy in the core of theEarth).
All of the different types of energy are the following:. -Nuclear. -coal. -oil. -gas. -solar. -geothermal.
The Sun is the largest star in our solar system. The sun providesenergy in the forms of light and heat.
I had to do this in science class. Chemical energy-stored in atoms that make up molecules Mechanical energy-energy that moves objects Thermal energy-anything powered by electricity Electromagnetic energy-flow of electrically charged particles Electrical energy-flow of electrical power hope i helped …:) (MORE)
Gravitational potential energy compressing it inward and thermonuclear fusion energy pushing it out, as long as they balance the sun will be stable. For stars like the sun this period of stability lasts about 12 billion years.
Heat energy, light energy, sound energy, mechanical and radiant energy. you can search these now Hello, just so you know radiant energy is the same as light energy so in the answer above you can just say radiant, thermal (heat) motion, electrical, not mechanical and i am not sure about sound. So… all in all it is radiant, thermal, motion, electrical, and maybe sound. (MORE)
There's really only one kind, but by tradition and usage we've split up the spectrum from low (radio) through such things as heat & light & X-rays, to cosmic rays.
the two basic types are kinetic and potential energy. Kinetic energy is the energy something has when it is moving, and potential energy is the energy something has when it is still. Then there is mechanical energy energy, which is a combination of kinetic and potential, even when the object has jus…t one type or the other. There are also other types of energy like electric, and heat. (MORE)
The three types of energy transfers are: Conduction, the transfer by energy moving through a solid; Convection, the transfer of energy in a gas or a liquid; and Radiation, the transfer of energy through space. Conduction is how a stove warms the contents of a pan. As the pan heats up, the materia…l inside in contact with the pan gets warm. Convection is what happens when a heater warms the air around it, causing it to rise, which creates lower pressure near the heat source, causing cooler air to flow in. Convection is a result of the differences in density resulting from differences in temperature. Convection does not work in a zero gravity environment. Radiation is how the Sun warms the Earth. Energy travels through empty space until it strikes the Earth, causing it to warm. (MORE)
The sun provides light; the light also keeps the planet warm (too warm, if global warming continues), and enables plants to perform photosynthesis, thereby creating chemical energy as well.
Light, heat, and radiation energy come directly from the sun but most of the radiation energy is blocked by the earth's magnetic field surrounding it.
here are some: -Linear Kinetic energy -Rotational Kinetic energy -Heat energy -Atomic energy -Electrical energy -Sound energy -Solar energy -Wind energy -Tidal energy -Wave energy -Hydro energy -Nuclear energy -Succesive ionization energy
There are many different ways in which the abundance of energy around us can be stored, ... theory, economics, and problems of the various types of energy . ... name as Fossil Fuels Fission Hydroelectric Biomass Solar Wind Geothermal Fusion
All "energy wavers" are forms of radiation. Most of the spectrum is emitted from the sun in varying amounts from xray, all the way down to radio waves.\n. \nVisible light is a form of radiation, one which most directly affects us.
Electromagnetic radiation (light) . Radio waves . UV radiation waves . Infared radiation (heat) . [Perhaps skin cancer] by madbeanz
There are lots of energy types,among them: kinetic energy potential energy light energy thermal energy electric energy magnatic energy Electric energy that can be generated by the wind,waterfalls,and the sun.
solar energy is made from the sun. we use it for electricity its more efficient then anything else in the long run and we cant run out of it.
Potential energy, kinetic energy, solar energy, chemical energy, sound energy, nuclear energy, gravitational energy, electric energy, heat energy,
Gravitational potential energy; elastic energy (such as the one stored in springs); chemical energy; nuclear energy.
Potential energy and Kinetic energy. Potential energy comes in forms that are stored, including - Chemical, Gravitational, Mechanical and Nuclear. Kinetic energy forms are doing work - Like electrical, heat, light, motion and sound. Difference between them both are, Potential energy can be stored a…nd Kinetic energy is already doing work and can't be stored. Hope this helps =) (MORE)
Radiant energy in the electromagnetic spectrum. Matter in the form of charged, uncharged and massless particles
It provides "Fusion reaction" which means joining of two small atoms or molecules at very high temperature leading into release of lot of energy.
The sun is a complicated machine, but in the end it produces radiation, which arrives to Earth. We use some of that radiation - the visible light part of the spectrum - to see. Some of this radiation can be turned into solar energy. My butt itches.
Practically all energy on earth comes originally from the sun. A power source not derived from the sun is geothermal, which uses heat from deep under the ground. . Nuclear energy. . Geothermal energy. . Fuel cell energy. . kinetic energy . potential energy . thermal energy . gravitational… energy . sound energy . light energy . electromagnetic energy . elastic energy (MORE)
energy is defined by the ability to do work. the different types of energy are- mechanical kinetic , potential nuclear sound light electrical chemical heat
Well wind energy is all the same , it is energy that comes form the sun (which heats the air and this causes winds). The energy can be harvested by sails (as in sailing ships) or by wind mills (as in grinding flour or pumping water) or wind turbines (as in generating electricity).
In a Word; Radiant. This radiant energy is produced by Nuclear Fusion. Solar Energy does many things.
Energy crisis' include the power going out and not having water.When an energy crisis occurs, it can cause prices to rise in theeconomy.
Energy can be measured in joules and Watts and Chemical energy can also be measured in calories.
the sun is a star, the center of our solar system. we get solar energy from the sun
there are many types of energy some of them are- . mechanical energy . light energy . heat energy . wind energy . electrical energy . potential energy . kinetic energy
all electromagnetic waves energy which include: Radiowaves microwaves infrared radiation visible light x rays ultra violet gamma rays
All prokaryotic organisms. Prokaryotes are more commonly known as plants. Plants use the energy from the sun, water, and CO2 to produce glucose and O2 (oxygen) in a process called photosynthesis.
Wave action and tidal movement are two sources of possible energyif harnessed by turbines and floats, etc, connected to a bank ofelectrical generators.
Types of clean energy are mainly: . nuclear energy . renewable energy (solar, wind, geothermal, hydraulic or water fall energy, tide energy... etc)
Radiant energy (light) - the heat you feel is "infra red"radiation. Your eyes can not see this wavelength of light but thereare sensors (thermal sensors) in your skin that can feel it.
The size of the sun determines its temperature and the amount ofenergy radiated. Electromagnetic energy from the sun comes to Earthin the form of radiation.
Photosynthetic organisms, the vast majority of these are the greenplants using the pigment chlorophyll, but there are other organismsalso capable of photosynthesis using different pigments havingdifferent colors. All forms of photosynthesis convert carbondioxide and water to glucose.
Solar Energy Nexr Answer The sun uses nuclear fusion energy to create solar energy (lightand heat) as well as many other forms of radiation.