Which food contains the material needed to build muscle but dose not contain the macromolecules that give quick energy?
because different macromolecules have different kinds/quantity of bonds, and these bonds holds energy
Cells contain all four of organic macromolecules. These fours macromolecules are classified as carbons, proteins, nucleic acids and large polysaccharides which mostly as sources of energy.
They differ because they all have different bonds, which contain different amounts of energy.
Organic and inorganic compounds contain atoms. Everything that exists contains atoms because everything is energy. Plants and wildlife are composed of organic material that is essentially atoms.
According to The Secret, Yes. An Atom does contain energy. every thing that can move contains energy known as Kinetic Energy.
a slice of pizza contains chemical energy
It contains electrons, neutrons, protons, and energy.
It contains kinetic energy mainly. Potential energy is relative to its position
There are three phosphate groups. Last bond is unstable due to repulsion ofnegative groups. So high amount of energy can be stored
it contains 2 high energy bonds
Yes, a block of ice does contain thermal energy. Anything with a temperature greater than -237.15 degrees Celsius contains thermal energy.
No, glucose contains more potential energy because it has more bonds which contain that energy that CO2 and H20
level one electron contain more energy
no. most reactors use water as coolant and/or moderator, but nuclear energy is energy and contains no matter.
Adenosine Tri-phospate or ATP is the molecule that contains the most energy.
Electrons contain energy stored in chemical bonds.
Chloroplast contains chlorophyll pigments.These used to capture light energy
it depends on the "energy" you mean, but since all matter contains energy of some form (such as the kinetic energy of its moving particles), then yes, it has energy.
A light bulb contains no energy so, Yes, a battery of any size contains more energy than any light bulb.
Milk contains calories which give you energy. Water doesn't contain calories.
a normal chapati contains 145 kcl of energy
Fossil fuel can be said to contain stored solar energy because of its age. Since it has been around for millions of years, it contains some solar energy from millions of years.
Carbohyadrates, but most energy rich are fats.
it is a power booster so it will obviously contain energy sources like sugar
An Atom contains electrons in various energy levels. Electrons are usually negative and we can energy levels as orbitals, orbits or shells.
The molecule contains energy stored in a chemical form. However the energy itself came from the Sun as electromagnetic energy (sunlight) so it is also a store of the energy in sunlight.
coke contains cocaine that's why its addictive also some energy drinks.
Food contains, carbohydrates, proteins, sugars, fats, and vitamins/minerals.
Many smoke detectors contain a very tiny amount of radioactive material.
Light contains its energy in the old fashion way E=mc^2. Lights mass m=h/cw !
Plastic wrap contains static energy... the energy any object has when it's at rest. As soon as you move it, stretch it, or cutting it, it is undergoing a change in energy...
Fossil fuels contain chemical potential energy, which is released as thermal energy when they burn. Nuclear fuel which can undergo fission contains energy by virtue of the change of mass which occurs when the nucleus is split into fragments, initially this is released as kinetic energy which is absorbed in the fuel and released as thermal energy.
The chemical bonds in the macromolecules store internal energy. When they are broken, energy is released.
yes, it does! it contains more energy as protein is a very good source of it. alot of people think protein is not energy, but it has been scintifically proven! :)
Gatorade Contains good levels of Glucose in it. Also energy drinks contain Glucose. A lot of juices do not contain glucose. They contain fructose which is different. Gatorade I found is one of the cheapest out there.
to help provide energy
Thermal energy is nearly the same thing has heat. The distinction has some linguistic aspects. If I add heat to an object, I increase its thermal energy. Anything that contains thermal energy contains heat or heat energy. The words "heat energy" and "thermal energy" are used interchangeably. The word heat has other flexible uses. It can be a verb. Outside of science, the terms heat and temperature are use to mean the same thing, but… Read More
Water is an combination of two of the elements, hydrogen and oxygen. A food that contains water contains hydrogen, but the hydrogen elements in water are "tied" to the oxygen and require energy to split them off of the oxygen molecule.
That would probably refer to the gravitational kinetic energy due to the fact that the material the mountains are made of is higher than the selected reference level.
what organelles do in a cell is work to make energy for the cell. The nucleus contains the chromosones x which contain the DNA.
No, the universe contains all the matter/energy it has contained since the Big Bang and will ever contain. However matter may be converted to energy and energy may be converted to matter.
In the mitochondria. It's the "powerhouse" of the cell.
That is the glucose. It is a monosaccharide
Any object that is above zero Kelvin - in other words, any object - contains thermal energy. As a simplified explanation, the thermal energy is contained in the movement of its atoms.
the coal is designed to absorb heat at when heat hits it it stores that heat ++++ No. The energy is stored by coal simply being a combustible material, so it contains potential chemical energy.
The average chocolate bar contains around 270 calories. If this was energy, this would be about 1/10 of what the normal person consumes in one day.