What does rot have to do with energy?

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How does an increase in the total energy of the particles in a substance affect the thermal energy of the substance?

Thermal energy at the molecular level is a reflection of how fast their random motion and how "agitated" they might appear were you able to view them. In more detailed terms their nett thermal energy U is the sum of U(rot), how fast they are spinning, + U(trans) - how fast they are moving in one particular direction, and + U(vib) - where the atoms in the molecule would seem to bounce back and forth in their bonds with respect to the position of other atoms. Increasing the thermal energy would increase the speed of these motions.

Are fats an important energy source?

Yes fats are the main building blocks of tissues and organs because the emmporizionsteolein is what keeps the abodellion running in the carbohydrates chamber and calories chamber of the abdomen. Without the fats the tissues and organs would shut down and your body would eventually start to rot.

What are examples of what type of energy?

* thermal energy * chemical energy * nuclear energy * mechanical energy * magnetic energy * electrical energy * radiant energy * elastic energy * sound energy * luminous energy * gravitational energy

8 different types of energy?

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

What are the 8 forms of energy?

Kinetic Energy. Potential Energy . Mechanical Energy . Thermal Energy . Electromagnetic Energy . Electric Energy . Nuclear Energy . --Chemical Energy .

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