Conservation of Energy

049 – Conservation of Energy

In this video Paul Andersen explains how energy can neither be created nor destroyed but may be transferred. Energy comes in many forms (including chemical, mechanical, light, electrical, and thermal). In AP Chemistry students must be accountable for interactions involving an increase in volume over time.

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20 thoughts on “Conservation of Energy”

  1. Heureusement qu'il y a déjà des personnes qui font des cours sur youtube, ca fait faire des économies au CESI! Pourquoi créer des ressources alors qu'on peut chopper celles des autres… vive l'école d'ingé

  2. true, energy can be created or can be destroyed… so we need to choose and live with it because one day energy will all be destroyed…

  3. So it does get temperature on the way up and on the way down + the friction + levitation = total energy consumed from my hand?!

  4. could you or do you have any videos about balencing chemical equations, im having so much trouble understanding those

  5. What about converting gasoline into gas vapor electrically? Would this aid in fuel conservation?

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