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Exploring Energy (Spanish)

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Energy comes in many different forms. Real-life examples differentiate between potential and kinetic energy and demonstrate the different forms of energy. This video highlights mechanical, thermal, chemical, electromagnetic, sound, and nuclear energy.

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Runtime: 13 minutes 42 seconds

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