chemical energy

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Noun1.chemical energy - that part of the energy in a substance that can be released by a chemical reaction
energy, free energy - (physics) a thermodynamic quantity equivalent to the capacity of a physical system to do work; the units of energy are joules or ergs; "energy can take a wide variety of forms"
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The persons who constitute the natural aristocracy are not found in the actual aristocracy, or only on its edge; as the chemical energy of the spectrum is found to be greatest just outside of the spectrum.
Subject of the order are to be awarded benefits under A* 55 ff HOAI 2013 for the construction project "part of New institute building" at the MPI for Chemical Energy Conversion in ME-lheim / Ruhr.
Supplemental chemical energy is one way to decrease electrical energy consumption and increase the efficiency and productivity of melting steel in EAFs.
The chemical energy stored in plant tissue as sugars, starches and carbohydrates is a potential food source for innumerable kinds of pests and diseases.
What happened to that chemical energy when the liquid was mixed with yeast?
The most powerful type, known as "shorted fuel cell muscles" convert chemical energy into heat, causing a special shape-memory metal alloy to contract.
In plants, the chemical energy may be released as an animal digests the vegetation, in the form of heat as wood is burned, or as fossil fuel is burned.
Water-splitting photosynthesis also known as oxygenic photosynthesis is a process whereby light energy is converted to chemical energy in membrane-bound pigment protein complexes located in the thylakoid membranes of higher plants and algae.
The research is basic science, but Yoo says it shows it is possible to store mechanical energy into the chemical energy of a material with such strong chemical bonds.
To do the work, the skater's body converts chemical energy gained from food into mechanical energy, which moves the skater's leg muscles.
Instead of being pushed by an STM tip, such molecular machines could fuel their own movements with light or chemical energy, he says.
of Karlsruhe, Germany) describes photons, semiconductors, the conversion of thermal radiation into chemical energy, the conversion of chemical energy into electrical energy, the basic structure of solar cells, limitations on energy conversion in solar cells, and concepts for the improvement of their efficiency.

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