# 'Electromagnetic energy' presentation slideshows

## Characteristics of all living things is that they all use…

Characteristics of all living things is that they all use…. Energy. Two ways organisms get their energy (food). Autotophic Heterotrophic. Autotroph & Heterotropoh. autos - Greek for “self” hetero – Greek for different trophos - Greek for “feed”. Photo auto trophs. Photo auto trophs.

By Roberta
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## Electromagnetic Waves Ch. 32

Electromagnetic Waves Ch. 32. Maxwell’s equations (sec. 32.1) Plane EM waves & speed of light (sec. 32.2) The EM spectrum (sec. 32.6). C 2012 J. F. Becker. Learning Goals - we will learn: ch 32

By dorinda
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## Forms of Energy

Forms of Energy. By sierra Burrell Mrs. Pickard’s science class. Mechanical Energy. The energy that moves objects is mechanical energy. My definition: Energy that moves objects. Sound Energy. Sound results from the vibration of particles in a solid, liquid or gas.

By tanuja
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## The Properties of Stars

The Properties of Stars. Distance and Intrinsic Brightness. In 6 months, the angular position of X relative to the background stars changes by an amount q . Half of q is the parallax angle p. Line of Sight 6 Months Later. p. Initial Line of Sight. Photograph on Date 1.

By gryta
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## Energy and Matter

Energy and Matter. Understanding how Energy and Matter work together to give us the world we understand. What is energy?. In scientific terms the word energy is simply stated as the ability to do work or cause change.

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## (c.) Beating a drum represents what kind of energy transfer?

(c.) Beating a drum represents what kind of energy transfer?. Electrical to mechanical Mechanical to sound Chemical to electrical Sound to heat. (c.) A car uses gasoline for fuel. Which of the following describes the energy conversion from gasoline to the movement of the car?.

By stillman
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## Psych 101B: Professor Osterhout

Psych 101B: Professor Osterhout. Exam 2 Review. Subjects Covered. Sensation & Perception (Ch. 6 p. 216-243) Consciousness (Ch. 3 p. 86-109) Learning (Ch. 7 p. 266-288) Language (Ch. 9 p. 349-359). Sensation & Perception.

By melinda
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## Energy

Energy. Kinetic Energy. Potential Energy. Forms of Energy. Mechanical Energy. Electrical Energy. Forms of Energy. Thermal (Heat) Energy. Electromagnetic (Light ) Energy. Forms of Energy. Chemical Energy. Sound Energy. Forms of Energy. Nuclear Energy. Forms of Energy. Potential

By dayton
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## Energy

Energy. Energy of Movement Electromagnetic Chemical. Mechanical Energy. We have always relied on mechanical energy to do work. History is dotted with many discoveries that have reduced effort required to do this work. Wheels, pulleys, gears and levers have all been used to reduce effort.

By iren
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## Energy Transformations in devices

Energy Transformations in devices . describe the energy transformations required in one of the following: mobile telephone fax/modem radio and television. Mobile Phones.

By zeno
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## Heat Transfer

Heat Transfer. Conduction Convection Radiation. Con du ct ion. Conduction. Energy is transferred from molecule to molecule as they collide Solids are best at transferring heat by conduction Heat is moves from hot to cold. Fast (hot) atoms bump into slow (cold) atoms

By bebe
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## Magnetic Sources

Magnetic Sources. AP Physics C. Sources of Magnetic Fields. In the last section, we learned that if a charged particle is moving and then placed in an EXTERNAL magnetic field, it will be acted upon by a magnetic force. The same is true for a current carrying wire.

By tobias
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## Energy

Energy. Shooting Rubber Bands. Overview For this introductory activity you will shoot rubber bands stretched to various distances. Hypothesis : ? Materials : Rubber Band Ruler Data Table Procedures : Write a hypothesis on the back of your data table.

By jackie
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## Review for Midterm 8th

Review for Midterm 8th. Density . D = m/v = g/cm 3 or g/ml or g/cc The amount of matter in a specific volume. All densities are compared to water that has a density of 1 If an objects density is greater than 1 it will sink in water Less than 1 it will float

By tea
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## Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis. Solar panels of life. Photosynthesis : The process by which plants and other producers convert sunlight into chemical energy. Chloroplast : Location in plants where photosynthesis takes place Chlorophyll: A chemical compound found inside the chloroplast. Makes plants green.

By tekli
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## Electricity and magnetism connection

Electricity and magnetism connection. History. In 1820 Hans Christian Oersted discovered electricity passing through a wire created a magnetic field However the only way to create an electric current at the time was reacting expensive materials (forerunner to a modern battery)

By elda
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## Name ___________________ Producers, ATP, and Photosynthesis Intro Part 1- Sunlight Powers Life

Name ___________________ Producers, ATP, and Photosynthesis Intro Part 1- Sunlight Powers Life. Biological Classifications. Heterotrophs (other eaters). Autotrophs (self feeder). They are also called. Feed by the process of . Photosynthesis. Consumers. Can only obtain food by.

By maura
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## Photosynthesis & Respiration

Photosynthesis & Respiration. Autotrophs and Heterotrophs : All organisms require energy. Autotrophs get their energy from the sun Heterotrophs get their energy by eating other organisms. Autotrophs : Photosynthesis occurs in a green pigment called chlorophyll inside the

By franz
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## Introduction to Photosynthesis

Introduction to Photosynthesis. AP Biology Mrs. Hansell. Ways to Acquire Energy. Autotroph - self-feeders- make own food Plants, some bacteria Photoautotroph- organisms that use light as a source of energy to make food Heterotroph - unable to make own food, consume others Animals.

By sani
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## Investigation 1

Investigation 1 . Matter and Energy Owen Lyke And Virgil Nunan. What is Matter?. Matter is anything that you can touch. Matter is made out of atoms. Atoms are made out of three different parts, protons, neutrons, and electrons.

By shing
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