Temperature is directly proportional to kinetic energy (potential energy).eg. increase the temperature, you increase the kinetic energy of the molecules, hence you're increasing the potential energy of them.
the potential energy of an object does not have any relation with the temperature, the height of the object is the main factor effecting the potential energy.
When the temperature of a material increase, thermal energy is added to the material. It also increases the kinetic and potential energy of the particles. When the temperature reach the boiling or melting point, the kinetic energy stays the same, but the thermal energy and the potential energy still keeps adding and increasing. And when ONLY the potential energy increase, the state of the material changes from one to another.
If you increase the mass of an object, the potential energy will increase.
We can increase the potential energy of an object by applying more energy on it
It would depend. Within a system there can be isolated factors influencing different kinetic and potential energies. If the kinetic energy was increased (Let's say gravity), and a random object is pushed off of a table (Now potential energy), the potential energy would in fact be increased. This increase in energy is proportional in the potential and kinetic stages. If the temperature were increased and a "reaction" occurred the potential energy would go up.
Potential Energy depends on mass and height to increase(: Hope that helps.MassHeight
As we increase the altitude of the ball the potential energy increases.
kinetic energy is increase by heat
increase height or increase weight
Increase in potential energy = weight x increase in height
On Earth, Gravitational Potential Energy (GPE) would increase with an increasing altitude.
One possibility is that the temperature is absorbed by a change of phase - for example, when ice melts. This is an increase in potential energy. Of course, it is also possible for energy to drain off (the object cools down while energy is being supplied).
The temperature increases.
Increased mass and/or height increase potential energy.
If the substance's temperature doesn't increase, it must be undergoing a phase change - such as when ice melts. In that case, the thermal energy is used up to increase the potential energy of the individual particles.
An increase in temperature increases the kinetic energy of molecules.
As the kinetic energy of an object increases, its potential energy decreases.
Potential energy is vague, which consists of gravitational potential energy, chemical potential energy , etc. How to increase Gravtiational potential energy? Gravitational energy = mass x gravity constant x height looking at the equation, by increasing the height or increasing the mass. Chemical potential energy is basically stored energy, increasing the mass of the stored energy.
When the ball falls down, the potential energy decreases (potential energy is greater at a greater height), but the kinetic energy (energy due to movement) will increase.
If he climbs up the stairs, his potential energy will increase.
The higher the diving board, the more increase of potential energy.
No. Its potential energy does decrease.
During the time of change of state,the heat or temperature is used to increase the potential energy and there by change of state.This time there will be no change in temperature.