What is the difference between transforming and transferring energy?
transforming enery is when you apply a new enery to make it become a new energy itself, transferring is where you move energy to some wher els using more energy.
No. Since deposition is the process of a gas transforming directly into a solid, there instead has to be a large absence of heat such that the heat of the gas escapes so rapidly that the gas becomes a solid. To answer your question, all things have energy, but for deposition, there has to be a significant energy difference between the depositing substance and its exterior environment.
What is the difference between the energy used in photosynthesis and the energy used in cellular respiration?
Passive refers to a design that uses natural sunlight. It can be for lighting, as in skylights and large windows, or heating, where thermal glass is used. Active requires collecting solar energy with equipment ( pumps, storage tanks, etc. ) and storing or transferring the energy to where it is needed.
Ensergy transforming from electricity to heat (resistance heater). Ensergy transforming from mechanical ensergy to electricity (generator) - and vice versa (motor). Ensergy transforming from chemical ensergy to heat (combustion of a fuel). Ensergy transforming from mechanical energy to kinetic ensergy (a car accelerating due to the engine's power). Ensergy transforming from gravitational potential energy to kinetic ensergy (an apple falling from a tree).