Energy in Food and Calorimetry Quiz

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1 kJ = 1000 ______

J

Calorimetry is a process used to measure the energy in ______

food

It takes 4.2 J of energy to heat up 1 gram of ______ 1 ℃

water

Energy can be transferred by: heating, light, sound, electricity, and ______

forces

Kinetic Energy formula: KE= ½ mass x ______

velocity^2

Gravitational Potential Energy formula: GPE = mass x g x ______

height

Burning fuels are used to ______ things

heat

Fossil fuels are ______ (they take millions of years to form, so our supplies will run out)

non-renewable

Fossil fuels include coal, oil, and natural ______

gas

Plants that became coal, oil, and natural gas got their energy from the ______

Sun

Electricity is not a ______. It has to be generated using other energy resources

fuel

Test your knowledge on energy in food and calorimetry, including concepts like joules, kilojoules, and the process of using calorimetry to measure energy in food. Understand the relationship between energy, food, and calorimetry.

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