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Chemical Potential Energy

Defines and gives examples of the energy available in the chemical bonds of a compound

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Chemical Potential Energy

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Energy exists in two basic forms: kinetic energy, or "energy in motion",  and potential energy, or "stored energy."

What is the law of conservation of energy? What does it state about different forms of energy?

What is energy? Define energy in your own terms.

Give examples of kinetic and potential energies.

Chemical potential energy is potential energy stored in the chemical bonds of substances. What types of chemical substances have chemical potential energy?

How do we "harvest" chemical potential energy?

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