Thermal Energy

Science / Chemistry / Thermal Energy: Energy an object possesses by virtue of its temperature. For example, 1 g of water at 15°C has 4.184 J more energy than 1 g of water at 14°C.

Other Words for Energy

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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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 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

Second Ionization Energy

Science / Chemistry / Second Ionization Energy: The energy needed to remove an electron from an isolated +1 ion. The third ionization energy would be the energy required to remove an electron from an isolated +2 ion, and so on. MORE

Rotational Energy

Entertainment / Bowling / Rotational Energy: The energy created by the release and rotation of the hand up, around, through, and/or over the ball. This is the rotation of the ball. MORE

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