What type of energy does a piece of paper have?
It has chemical energy which can be released when it is burned. It may have gravitational potential energy if it is in a position where it can fall. It will also have kinetic energy if in motion such as a paper airplane.
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Alpha radiation, due to its weight and slow speed, can barelypassed through the thinnest of objects. Because of its properties,alpha radiation cannot travel far distances eith…er.
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Phsical change. got it off of my section 2- Properties of matter number 1
Paper can block gamma radiation
Yes, it is made of plant fibres (cellulose which is a sugarpolymer) so it has chemical energy which will be released as heatif it is burned. It also has mass and that mass har…bours potential energy in anygravitational field. If it falls towards the ground for anydistance this potential energy will be converted into kineticenergy, the energy of mass in motion. It will also have a temperature (the micro kinetic energy of thevibration of its component atoms and molecules).
Alpha radiation can be stopped with just a plain sheet of paper. . IR, Visible light, and UV can be blocked with just a sheet of paper.
200,000 pieces of paper are in a ton
104091092 watts (Potential)
It is not conserved, as you burn the piece of paper the energy is released.
Chemical and mechanical energy is used to cut a piece of wood.
The "piece of paper" is what is called 'virtual' it is a representative of a real piece of paper but is actually an image of one. The program that presents you with this virtu…al paper and allows you to type on it (an print what you have typed as a real bit of paper) is called a "word processing" application. This application must be present (installed) on your computer for you to be able to do this.
I don't know, that's what I'm tryna ask these people. Y'all so dumb y'all don't know what this stuff is? What the heely
kinetic plus a small bit of heat energy
Just a physical change