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A potato has chemical energy (food energy) stored within it. If you eat it, you will eventually use this energy.

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because potato's are cool Improved Answer Lemons. Because they have citric acid, which makes them have more energy. A potato stays longer though.


how are potato clocks use and how do they work???oh and how do they use the energyAn electrochemical battery stores chemical energy that changes into electrical energy that runs electronic equipment. There is a chemical reaction within the potato battery that causes the electrons to move. The electromotive force within each potato is the ability it carries to move electric current. In an electrochemical cell, such as the potato battery, the copper wire makes the electrons move in the potato, causing energy to move into the clock.


the potato that produces the most energy is the red potato. they are small yet nutrishes


Why do we eat potatoes? Or other food? For its nutritional value - the chemical energy we get out of the potato.As to "why" it has this energy - I believe the plant uses it as an energy storage. A potato is part of a plant's root system.Why do we eat potatoes? Or other food? For its nutritional value - the chemical energy we get out of the potato.As to "why" it has this energy - I believe the plant uses it as an energy storage. A potato is part of a plant's root system.Why do we eat potatoes? Or other food? For its nutritional value - the chemical energy we get out of the potato.As to "why" it has this energy - I believe the plant uses it as an energy storage. A potato is part of a plant's root system.Why do we eat potatoes? Or other food? For its nutritional value - the chemical energy we get out of the potato.As to "why" it has this energy - I believe the plant uses it as an energy storage. A potato is part of a plant's root system.


yes, the potato would be the hgh energy electron


Yes, a potato is where the potato plant has stored it energy to produce a new potato plant in the next growing season. A potato is therefore an energy store and when you eat a potato this energy enters your body and you use it to heat your blood and to give you the power to move around.


Just as any other food, a potato stores food energy, which is a type of chemical energy.



Potatoes, or the portion of the potato plant we eat, are actually roots. As such, they aren't exposed to sunlight, and since chloroplasts require sunlight to convert energy, it makes sense that the potato cell doesn't have any. The green shoots that go above ground for the potato plant do have chloroplast.


A potato is the root of a plant. Plants use energy to make their own food. Any excess energy is stored in the roots.


Mayonnaise is the ingredient makes potato salad go bad.


When a potato chip, or any other object, falls, it has Potential Energy (energy of position) which is converted during the fall to Kinetic Energy (energy of motion).


The potato tuber serves as a store of energy for the potato plant. This helps the potato plant survive through winter.


A potato does not give off electricity, a potato is used for making french fries.


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the juice make the energy work.


no it lost all of its energy and acidic content (unless you secretly put a battery in the potato


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When heated, the cell walls of the potato cells makes a space between cells. Potato starch and absorbs water.


depends if your talking about positive and negative energy the answer would be: yes it does it has positive energy in it


Potato clock was invented because the potato is found to be a good source of energy for the mechanical device specially- clock.


they create and store energy to help the potato grow and function. It uses starch.


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