What are the similarities and differences between matter and energy?
Energy is associated with power and motion, and matter is associated with everything physical. Both are types of science vocabulary.
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Mass is the measurement, or quantity of matter as determined from its weight or from Newton's 2nd Law. Matter is the substance or substances that comprise a physical object.
Philosophically one might think of matter as "frozen" energy, andenergy as "dynamic matter." Most energy escapes in the form of electromagnetic radiation. Hencethe "c" in the equation above, relating matter and energy. Just asmall amount of mass, multiplied by the speed of light squared(which is a L…ARGE constant) translates into an enormous amount ofenergy. Matter is not frozen solid, it vibrates, like trapped energyyearning to be free. Free neutron half life is around 12 minutes,after which these decay into proton/electron pairs. The massdifference (neutrons are slightly larger than a proton and electroncombined) is imparted to the electron in the form of energy. Thesehigh speed electrons are known as "beta" particles. Carefulobservations of protons in the Super Kamiokande Detector in Japanhave not revealed any instance of proton decay. So it is possiblethis form of matter may be constant, never "thawing" back intoenergy. The smaller the particle, the larger the wave form associated withit. These waves are known as DeBroglie waves. All matter propagates(moves through space) by wave, and energy is associated with thewave. Note: This energy is different from the vibrational energymentioned above, which is released (or reduced) via emission ofinfrared radiation, or long wave electromagnetic radiation known asheat. The less heat atoms or molecules contain, the slower theyvibrate. (MORE)
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 (MORE)
Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. Everyone is made up of matter that is constantly experiencing both chemical and physical changes.Mass is the property of the matter.it can be described as amount of matter in things.
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 . Heat energy or the energy stored by doing work can both be converted into matter and vice versa.
What must be different between two pieces of the same kind of matter in the same temperature to have different thermal energy?
If two pieces of the same kind of matter in the same temperaturehave different thermal energy then there is a difference in mass ofthe pieces.
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 ene…rgy, forms the basis of all objective phenomena. (MORE)
Matter has weight; weight is associated with matter. Matter can be visible; weight is a concept. Matter can change forms (water to ice to steam); weight has no transformation of such kind. A rock is a matter; the weight of a rock changes with altitude on earth and is lighter on Mars or the moon, whi…le the mass of the rock does not change. (MORE)
The flow of matter refers to the fluid transfer of energy betweenmediums or internally, on the physical plane. The flow of energy refers to the transferring / transformation ofenergies on the metaphysical plane, often not influenced bysubstances on the physical plane. Energy only interacts withspec…ific substances. (MORE)
Congruent means two figures have exactly the same shape and size. If the shape is identical, but not the size , two figures are similar .
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 (Antima…tter 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! (MORE)
Summer olypmics are events surrounding sports such as swimming, track and field, weightlifting, etc etc. The winter Olympics only have events that are ice and snow related, like skating, hockey, skiiing and other things like snowboarding and such. The winter olypmics are held during the winter time …and the summer Olympics are held during the summer. The Olympics are also similar because they bring many countries together and they all participate in many sports. Also gold, silver, and bronze are given out. Also they are both held every four years (or two years after each other). (MORE)
I think you might mean "Mass" and "Weight" - and the difference is the effect gravity has on things, and to a certain extent, the density of the item. \n. \nFor example, a pound of feathers and a pound of lead both WEIGH exactly the same (er...one pound, right?) but they have very different MASS.\…n. \nAlso a hot-air balloon is rather massive, but does not have a lot of weight, relative to it's size. (MORE)
Energy and matter are the same thing, except matter is in a form that you can touch.
Matter is made from atoms; so this question changes itself to "What is the difference between types of atoms". That difference lies primarily in the number of protons that exist in the atom's nucleus.
Matter is the same as energy, just in a different form that you can touch and feel.
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 sadly it is impossible to harness dark energy. I'll have to do little more research to be sure.
They are mirror images of the other: protons have a certain weight and are positively charged, anti-protons have the same weight but are negatively charged. Antimatter is just matter with an opposite charge.
H2O is a matter. This matter can come in the substance of ice,water or steam.
Einstein showed that matter and energy are equivalent, through the formula E = mc 2 . Thus matter could be regarded as potential energy, but usable energy needs to be released from a suitable sort of matter. In normal chemical actions the release of energy is not large enough relative to the mass of… the chemicals (fuels) involved to be noticed, but in nuclear reactions we can equate the energy released to a change in mass of the material involved, and the energy produced per unit mass is very much larger than when burning fossil fuels. (MORE)
Einstein showed that matter and energy are connected through the equation E = mc 2
Same means they are Identical with no differences, similar means they are almost identical but have some minor differences. Same: Touch, look and feel are identical. Example, i have the same brand shoe as yours. Similar: Look the same but different. Example, I wear similar shirt as yours. Here… the shirt can be from the same brand or same size or color but if it is the same then it should be one not two. (MORE)
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 wit…h 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!! (MORE)
in Hebrews 11:3 it says: "By faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that the things which are seen were not made of things which are visible." The Definition of matter is: Matter is all stubstances that exist in the universe; such as paper or pencil. Non matter is thi…ngs you cannot feel, or sense, such as gravity, shadows, etc. =) (MORE)
matter can be natural or unnatural, but element is natural _____________________________ An "element" is a pure sample in which every atom is the same, rather than a mixture of one or more elements. Iron is an element; every iron atom has 26 protons. "Matter" can refer to any mixture of ele…ments, such as "steel", in which the iron is mixed with carbon, cobalt and manganese, for example. "Matter" may not refer to any particular element or compound. (MORE)
matter and a compound dont have that much related to each other, matter is what you can feel and see, like mass, weight....a compound is two or more elements mixed together.
Want is the similarities and differences between transforming energy an a hydroelectric dam and a wind turbine?
Hydroelectric energy is generated by taking advantage of the difference in height of water behind and in front of a dam. This water has potential energy. The water is fed down huge pipes and into large turbines where the water spins the wheels of the turbines which in turn are attached to large ele…ctrical generators. The original potential energy of the water has thus been transformed into electrical energy, plus some heat and noise energy. Sun and rain will put the water back to allow the whole process to be repeated indefinitely. Wind turbines, just like windmills, harness the energy of the wind to do something useful. Early windmills were used to grind grain and pump water and many still do today. Modern wind turbines are used to generate renewable energy in the form of electricity. (MORE)
Matter is anything that has a mass such as a cell or structure.Energy is derived from matter through catabolic pathways.
distance is how far somthing is from another thing.. similarity is when two or more things have somthing that onnects them to each other
The word matter means a substance of some sort. The word mass means the amount of space a substance takes up.
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 demonstration as frictional force.
the difference between the three states of matter is that a solid has a definite shape and volume. a liquid does not have a definite shape but does have a definite volume. gas does not have either.
Describe the similarities and differences between transforming energy in a hydroelectric dam and a wind turbine?
An obvious answer is that the sources for the energy conversion is that the resources are renewable
1. They are all made up of microscopic particles. 2. They all have volume and mass.
The interaction between matter and energy is called mass-energy conservation law and governed by the famous equation: . E = m c 2 . Where E is the energy, m is the mass, c is the light speed
Matter and energy are constantly exchanged between the spheres through different processes. These processes are in the form of chemical reactions, radioactive decay, the radiation of energy, & the growth and decay of organisms.
The difference is that Density is one way of measuring matter, its a math expression. While Matter is a physical substance.
matter is what makes up everything. mass is how muck matter in a particular object.
Similarities are like something but not the same . Solution is a way of solving a problem
According to Einstein, E=mc^2. That is, energy equals mass times the speed off light squared. In laymen's terms, the amount of energy in an amount of mass is that mass times 300,000,000 squared.
Mainly in that both are mysterious - not much is known about them. You are right but these two are not similar. Actually they are opposite to each other. dark matter pull the body closer while dark matter push them away. Dark matter can't be doing both pulling and pushing as your answer suggested…. So there is a mistake in the sentence. What is that. Sorry for my mistake and thanx for suggestion please read second dark matter as dark energy. Infect dark energy push the objects like planet away (MORE)
similarity and congruence are both different. Congruence is when two shapes are identical; in size and shape whereas similarity is when two shapes look similar but can vary in size.
They have gills, fins, and tails they also swim and have at least 1 color. Also they cannot survive without water.
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.
They can be measured the same way in Joules (a unit of energy) and clearly they both contain energy.
Matter is everything, Atoms are matter because matter is everything... So the answer to your question is, Nothing
All things are made of atoms. Therefore matter is made up of atoms and they are the same.
Matter makes up everything you can see and feel around you. All particles are made of matter (except for antiparticles, these are antimatter). . Dark matter is simply matter which does not 'radiate' (i.e. we can not detect it). Dark matter does not give off light or any other type of electromagneti…c radiation at all. Physicists believe that space is made up of a lot of dark matter because we can observe its effects but we can't actually detect dark matter itself. . (MORE)
Matter - eg Carbon, Water, flows as part of a "cycle", driven bythe flow of energy which is only one way.