Outline of Energy - Forms of Energy

Forms of Energy

  • Potential energy
    • Gravitational potential energy
    • Elastic potential energy
    • Nuclear potential energy
  • Kinetic energy
  • Thermal energy
  • Electric energy
    • Magnetic energy
    • Electromagnetic fields
  • Chemical energy
  • Nuclear binding energy
  • Surface energy

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