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Review Forms Of Potential Energy, And Examples Of Each Type: Chemical, Elastic, Nuclear, And Gravitational Potential Energy (GPE).[print questions]

A power plant creates heat through the fission process of atoms to make electricity. Before the atoms are split to provide the chain reaction needed, they contain this form of potential energy.
a) elastic potential energy
b) chemical potential energy
c) gravitational potential energy (GPE)
d) nuclear potential energy

An object sitting on a shelf, a ball not in use, are examples of this form of potential energy.
a) elastic potential energy
b) chemical potential energy
c) gravitational potential energy (GPE)
d) nuclear potential energy

A battery, and food are an examples of this form of potential energy.
a) elastic potential energy
b) chemical potential energy
c) gravitational potential energy (GPE)
d) nuclear potential energy

Energy stored in the nucleus of an atom.
a) elastic potential energy
b) chemical potential energy
c) gravitational potential energy (GPE)
d) nuclear potential energy

The energy of place or position.
a) elastic potential energy
b) chemical potential energy
c) gravitational potential energy (GPE)
d) nuclear potential energy

Energy stored in the bonds between atoms in molecules.
a) elastic potential energy
b) chemical potential energy
c) gravitational potential energy (GPE)
d) nuclear potential energy

Energy that is stored in objects by the application of a force.
a) elastic potential energy
b) chemical potential energy
c) gravitational potential energy (GPE)
d) nuclear potential energy

Energy that is stored in an object by its place or position.
a) kinetic energy
b) potential energy
c)
d)

The energy of motion.
a) kinetic energy
b) potential energy
c)
d)

A rubber band is an example of this form of potential energy.
a) elastic potential energy
b) chemical potential energy
c) gravitational potential energy (GPE)
d) nuclear potential energy

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