It depends what it is... if you were talking about a light bulb for instance.. more heat energy is given off than light.
Nonmetals, they fill out their outermost energy level by gaining electrons.
That depends on the specific situation.
All of the energy in the battery, or most of it, is eventually given off as heat and light.
Light energy is given off by luminous objects.
Fat has the most energy given off when oxidized. About three times more than Carbohydrates. Protein gives off very little energy when its oxidized.
ALL the energy given off by the Sun travels through space because if the sun has given it out, there is nowhere else it could go. Most of the energy is electromagnetic, with its peak intensity in the visible part of the spectrum.
A flashlight is given off light and heat energy once turn on.
Yes, energy is given off when chemicals react. Since energy can be heat or light it is also given off.
What type of energy is given off with the heat energy?
it is thermal energy .
This is thermal energy.
In isotonic energy, 70% of the energy exerted is given off as heat energy. In isometric contraction, only 30% of the energy given off is exerted as heat energy.
Normally energy is given off when chemical bonds are formed. Sometimes it is required. Exothermic reactions give off energy, endothermic reactions require energy
The heat given off by a light bulb is thermal energy. The light itself is electromagnetic energy. All chemical energy is potential or stored energy.
light and heat energy
The energy is dependent on the reactants.
heat and light energy.
Light energy is given off
when burning coal it gives off heat energy
It's the amount of energy given out by the sun, and the energy received by the earth. Within that is the energy reflected and the energy given off from the earth.
The process in which energy is given off is called an exothermic change. The energy released can be in the form of heat, light, electricity, or sound
It is called sound energy.
The abundance of energy given off by the sun
yes, it is given off as heat energy.