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 1. What form of energy is stored in a lump of coal?

  • A. Chemical energy.
  • B. Gravitational Potential Energy.
  • C. Electrical Energy.
  • D. Elastic Energy.

2. Which of these is not classed as a store of energy?

  • A. Chemical energy.
  • B. Gravitational Potential Energy.
  • C. Electrical Energy.
  • D. Elastic Energy.

3. Atoms contain postively charged protons and negatively charged electrons.

What is the name of the energy store associated with the force between charges?

  • A. Nuclear energy.
  • B. Electrostatic energy
  • C. Magnetic energy.
  • D. Chemical energy.

 

Q 4-9. These questions are about transfers (shifts) in energy stored.

For each example choose the correct inital and final energy store.

 
  Energy transfer Inital Stored Energy   Final Stored Energy
4+5 An arrow fired from a bow. to
6+7 A pan of water on a gas heater. to

8+9 A ball thrown upwards.
(Initially from after it leaves the hand to its highest point).
to

10. A vehicle is slowed down by friction brakes on the wheels. The kinetic energy is dissipated as

  • A. Thermal energy.
  • B. Electrical energy.
  • C. Sound energy.
  • D. Chemical energy.