When one form of energy is converted from one form to another.what is usually produced?
Heat will usually be produced in conversion of energy because of inefficiencies.
What is one form of energy that is always produced when any type of energy is converted to another form?
Usually not; some energy is usually wasted. Although energy can't really be destroyed, part of the energy is converted to an unusable form. Usually not; some energy is usually wasted. Although energy can't really be destroyed, part of the energy is converted to an unusable form. Usually not; some energy is usually wasted. Although energy can't really be destroyed, part of the energy is converted to an unusable form. Usually not; some energy is usually…
How much thermal energy is produced in an electric motor j of electrical energy are converted into 92j of mechanical energy?
If all of the 120g of glucose are converted within muscle cells to energy ATP how many grams of H20 will be produced how many grams of C02 will be produced?
When we switch on the light electrical energy is converted into light energy. But when we switch off the light the produced light disappears. In which energy the produced light energy is converted to?
The produced disappears whether you switch it off or not - otherwise it would get brighter and brighter. In a closed room, the light would eventually be absorbed, and converted to heat. Outdoors, the light may go into outer space, going on and on and on... at a very high speed known as the "speed of light". In general, bet on heat. Light turns into heat.
A light bulb converts 10 percent of the electrical energy and thermal energy it uses into radiant energymake a hypothesys about the other form of energy produced?
Just about any type of energy can be converted to heat - which is often a nuisance, since the energy is wasted for most purposes. For example, you can burn things; in a resistance (or just about any conductor, for that matter) electrical energy is converted to heat, sound energy is converted to heat when it is absorbed, etc.
it is produced in the leaves. It is a long process called glycolysis that starts in the chlorophyll of the cells and ends in the mitochondria, though by this time the food that was made has been converted to energy. Food is produced in chloroplast of cell by photosynthesis.Glucose is produced first and converted into starch when storing.
Usually some of the energy is converted to heat, meaning it's wasted (for example in a lightbulb, the energy converted to heat is NOT converted to light). The details on HOW this happens really depend on the specific energy transformation. As an example, when there is an electric current, some of the moving electrons (or other charge carriers) bump into atoms; this takes away from the electron's kinetic energy (which is basically the electrical energy)…
Various kinds of energy may be converted into thermal energy. In a fire it is chemical energy that is converted to thermal energy. However: In a nuclear reactor, nuclear energy is first converted to thermal energy, and eventually to electrical energy. In a fire chemical energy is also converted to light energy. In a battery chemical energy is converted to electrical energy. In braking systems kinetic energy is converted to thermal energy.
It is converted into other forms of energy. For example, in a water boiler, electrical energy is converted into heat energy. In lighting, electrical energy is converted into light energy. In MP3s, electrical energy is converted into sound energy. In roller coasters, electrical energy is converted into gravitational potential energy. In electrical fans, electrical energy is converted into kinetic energy. In charging your phone, electrical energy is converted into chemical energy.