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 What Form of Energy Are Microwaves?

Answer Microwaves are a form of electromagnetic radiation like light, X-rays, infrared and radiowaves. All forms of electromagnetic radiation share some characteristics. The factor that differentiates mic... Read More »
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Is nuclear considered to be a form of kinetic energy?

Nuclear energy is classified as potential energy. Potential energy is energy stored and yet to be released. Kinetic energy is energy ready to be used like electricity. Since nuclear energy is store... Read More »
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Why is falling water considered an indirect form of solar energy?

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Microwaves am I the odd one out ?

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