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written by David Stern
This web page provides an elementary introduction and overview of potential and kinetic energy, and a discussion of transformations of other forms of energy. A lesson plan and related page on Work are also linked to this page.

This is part of an extensive web site, "From Stargazers to Starships", that uses the topics of space exploration and space science to introduce topics in physics and astronomy. Translations in French and Spanish are available.
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Classical Mechanics
- Work and Energy
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- Middle School
- Lower Undergraduate
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© 2005 David Stern
chemical energy, kinetic energy, potential energy
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Metadata instance created September 26, 2005 by Henry Bradsher
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