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A great site for children about energy, covering where energy comes from, how to save energy, the history of energy and fun games.
An elastic collision is defined as one in which both conservation of momentum and conservation of kinetic energy are observed.
Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz (1811 - 1894) showed that the assumption that work could not continually be produced from nothing led to the conservation of kinetic energy.
A great site for children aged 11-16 covering where we get energy from, different forms of energy and laws of energy.
Links to a wide range of sites all about energy from Fossil Fuels to Renewable Energy Sources.
Test your energy IQ, read the news and find out about different energy sources. Lots of information about petroleum.
All about energy: what it is, how it is generated, how it is stored, and everything else. With lots of information on renewable energy and a good selection of extra links.
Energy is often defined as "the ability to do work," and Energy makes the world go around, you might say. If you want to know more look at this site as it has interactive demonstrations and ...
Some easy ways for you to save energy around the house.
How energy-savvy are you? Test your knowledge, play games & follow the Energy Ninjas on their quest to reduce the world's CO2 emissions
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