Potential Energy

Science / Chemistry / Potential Energy: Energy an object possesses by virtue of its position. For example, lifting a mass mby h meters increases its potential energy by mgh, where g is the acceleration due to gravity.

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Energy Verb Synonyms: vitality, forcefulness, vivacity, liveliness, vigor, animation, spirit, force, dynamism, drive, verve, dash, intensity, power, determination, puissance, strength, might, pep, vim and vigor, stick-to-it-iveness, get-up-and-go, zip, zing
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Other Words for Potential

Potential Adjective Synonyms: possible, likely, implicit, implied, imminent, developing, budding, embryonic, dormant, hidden, concealed, covert, latent, quiescent, passive, future, unrealized, undeveloped
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Muscle Energy Technique

Health / Massage / Muscle Energy Technique: Muscle energy is a direct, noninvasive manual therapy used to normalize joint dysfunction and increase range of motion. The practitioner evaluates the primary areas of dysfunction in order to place th MORE

Kinetic Energy

Science / Chemistry / Kinetic Energy: The energy an object possesses by virtue of its motion. An object of mass m moving at velocity v has a kinetic energy of ??mv2. MORE

Nuclear Binding Energy

Science / Chemistry / Nuclear Binding Energy: Energy needed to break an atomic nucleus into separate protons and neutrons. MORE

Potential Alcohol

Life Style / Wine / Potential Alcohol: The potential alcohol depends on the must weight. The more sugar there is in the juice prior to fermentation, the greater the amount of alcohol in the final wine, hence it has a higher potential alcoh MORE

Potential Energy

Science / Chemistry / Potential Energy: Energy an object possesses by virtue of its position. For example, lifting a mass mby h meters increases its potential energy by mgh, where g is the acceleration due to gravity. MORE

Potential Difference

Science / Chemistry / Potential Difference: Work that must be done to move an electric charge between specified points. Electric potential differences are measured in volts. MORE

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