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Energy Word Search

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Energy Vocabulary Word Search

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Potential and Kinetic Energy Crossword

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Unit of Energy Joules
The energy an object has because of its motion. KINETIC
Visible energy that is given off by some objects in the form of radiation. LIGHT
Energy that moves in the form of rays, waves, and particles, such as nuclear energy. RADIATION
Energy of moving electric charges. ELECTRIC
Type of energy that is created through the breaking of chemical bonds in alkaline batteries. CHEMICAL
SI unit of energy. JOULES
Stored energy is called POTENTIAL
The SI unit of force. NEWTONS
What kind of potential energy is MGH used to calculate GRAVITATIONAL
Energy stored in an object when the shape of an object is changed like when a rubber band is stretched or compressed ELASTIC
Vibrating air that travels as waves to your ears SOUND
Energy commonly called heat. THERMAL
The force of attraction between two masses GRAVITY
The sum of kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy, and elastic potential energy in a system is called MECHANICAL
When nothing changes because there is no friction or air resistance. CONSERVATION
Rate at which speed changes ACCELERATION
To convert from one form to another TRANSFORMATION
Energy released during fission or fusion, used mostly to generate electricity. NUCLEAR
Scientific method of expressing magnitudes or qualities of important natural phenomena. SI

Types of Energy Crossword

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A measure of systems ability to,change or create change in other systems Energy
Relations g to the interrelation of electric currents and magnetic fields Electromagnetic
A ball rolling down a hill is an example of _________ energy Kinetic
A roller coaster at the top of a hill is an example of ________ energy Potential
the potential energy related to an objects height Gravitational
A change from one form of energy to another is energy __________ Transformation
What law states energy can't be destroyed? Conservation
Energy with an electric charge that lets work be accomplished Electric
Fireworks is an example of _______ energy Chemical
The sum of potential energy Mechanical
Energy that is generated and measured by heat Thermal
The type of energy released during nuclear fission Nuclear
The energy that moves energy extremely rapid Light
The potential energy associated its objects that can be stretched Elastic
The presence and/or flow of electric charges Electricity
When electrons are lost Positive
When electrons are gained Negative
When you rub your clothes together it creates what type of energy Static
An example of static electricity being released Lightning
Copper and aluminum are examples of ______ Conductors

Energy Transformations Word Search

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radiation
convection
conduction
sound
electrical
mechanical
potential
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Conservation of Energy

Energy Crossword Puzzle

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The ability to do work Energy
the mechanical energy that a body has by virtue of its position; stored energy potential energy
required to bond atoms together chemical energy
the capacity of a physical system to do work mechanical energy
the total of all potential and kinetic energy of all the particles in a substance thermal energy
the nucleus of an atom in the source nuclear enegy
The energy associated with electric feilds electromagnetic
transfer of heat conduction
and transmission of energy through electronmagnetic waves radiation
moment of heat transfered through air or fluid convection
created or destroyed conservation of energy
The energy possessed by a body because of its motion, kinetic energy

Heat Transfer: Conduction, Convection, and Radiation Crossword

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stored energy potential energy
energy in motion kinetic energy
ability to cause change energy
movement of energy due to differences in temperature thermal energy
transfer of energy when a push or pull makes an object move work
force between two surfaces that resists friction
material that can be burned to produce energy fuel
measure of the kinetic energy in the particles of a material temperature
movement of thermal energy from warmer objects to cooler objects heat
increase in the volume of a substance when the temperature increases thermal expansion
transfer of thermal energy by particle collision in matter conduction
materials which transfer energy easily are called__________________. conductors
transfer of thermal energy by the movement of matter from one place to another convection
transfer of thermal energy by electromagnetic waves radiation
movement of fluid particles due to increased temperature and decreased density convection currents
material made of liquids or gases that can easily change their locations fluid

Work, Power, Speed, Energy Word Search

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kinetic energy
potential energy
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speed
watt
power
joule
work

Energy Crossword

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The ability to do work. Energy
the energy released or absorbed in a chemical reaction during the decomposition or formation of compounds Chemical
an object not in motion potential
an object in motion kinetic
the energy of a body or a system with respect to the position of the body or the arrangement of the particles of the system. nuclear
a kind of radiation including visible light, radio waves, gamma rays, and X-rays, in which electric and magnetic fields vary simultaneously Electromagnetic
of or relating to heat thermal
radiant energy emitted by the sun solar
energy emitted as waves, usually electromagnetic waves, through space or some other medium radiant
Energy added to an elastic medium by the presence of sound, consisting of potential energy in the form of deviations from static pressure and of kinetic energy in the form of particle velocity sound
The natural phenomenon of attraction between physical objects with mass; the weakest of the four fundamental forces of nature Gravitational
The sum of the potential energy and kinetic energy of a body or system mechanical
Energy cannot be created or destroyed law of conservation

Work, Energy, and Power Crossword

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stored energy potential energy
energy of a moving object kinetic energy
the ability to do work energy
work done in a certain amount of time power
friction converts kinetic energy to nonmechanical
the sum of kinetic energy and all forms of potential energy total energy
a push or pull force
SI unit of work joule
the force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in contact friction
the product of the force exerted on an object and the distance the object moves in the direction of the force work
the sum of an object's potential and kinetic energy mechanical
energy that is stored in chemical bonds chemical
the net work done on an object is equal to its change in kinetic and potential energy work energy theorem
he unit of power equal to one joule of energy transferred in one second watt
form of energy involved in weighing fruit on a spring energy gravitational
a stretched rubber band or a stretched or compressed spring are examples of which potential energy elastic
states that energy cannot be created nor destroyed, but only transformed from one form into another conservation of energy
a roller coaster track is an example of a closed path
the gravitation force is called a conservative force
friction and air resistance is an example of what type of force nonconservative