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Milk being held in a bottle within a gravitational field (above ground, for example) is an example of a substance with potential energy. It has stored energy which will convert into kinetic energy once the milk is poured out, or the container breaks, releasing the milk, and allowing it to accelerate within the gravitational field.

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It would get colder.

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Q: Is a glass of milk potential energy or kinetic energy?
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