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Energy

Meanings and phrases

Energy

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n.
  1. the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977; Department of Energy; Energy Department; DOE

energy

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n.
  1. (physics) a thermodynamic quantity equivalent to the capacity of a physical system to do work; the units of energy are joules or ergs; free energy
  2. forceful exertion; vigor; vigour; zip
  3. enterprising or ambitious drive; push; get-up-and-go
  4. an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing); muscularity; vigor; vigour; vim
  5. a healthy capacity for vigorous activity; vim; vitality
  6. any source of usable power

Atomic Energy Commission

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n.
  1. a former executive agency (from 1946 to 1974) that was responsible for research into atomic energy and its peacetime uses in the United States; AEC

Department of Energy

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n.
  1. the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977; Energy Department; Energy; DOE

Department of Energy Intelligence

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n.
  1. an agency that collects political and economic and technical information about energy matters and makes the Department of Energy's technical and analytical expertise available to other members of the Intelligence Community; DOEI

Energy Department

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n.
  1. the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977; Department of Energy; Energy; DOE

Energy Secretary

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n.
  1. the person who holds the secretaryship of the Department of Energy; Secretary of Energy
  2. the position of the head of the Department of Energy; Secretary of Energy

International Atomic Energy Agency

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n.
  1. the United Nations agency concerned with atomic energy; IAEA

Secretary of Energy

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n.
  1. the person who holds the secretaryship of the Department of Energy; Energy Secretary
  2. the position of the head of the Department of Energy; Energy Secretary

activation energy

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n.
  1. the energy that an atomic system must acquire before a process (such as an emission or reaction) can occur; energy of activation
E.g.
  • This condition forms the basis for activation energy asymptotics.
  • Like all catalysts, enzymes increase the reaction rate by lowering its activation energy.
  • The change in activation energy at 333 K can be ascribed to a change in reaction mechanism.

alternative energy

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n.
  1. energy derived from sources that do not use up natural resources or harm the environment
E.g.
  • Part of SECMOL's work is to develop techniques that use alternative energy sources.
  • In addition, it includes companies from emerging sectors, such as alternative energy.
  • Berger is a long-time supporter of alternative energy solutions to global environmental problems.

atomic energy

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n.
  1. the energy released by a nuclear reaction; nuclear energy
E.g.
  • The depiction of the density of atomic energy was also presented.
  • The world civilization will change with the utilization of atomic energy.
  • Go forward in the research of atomic energy contributing to the progress of civilization.

binding energy

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n.
  1. the energy required to separate particles from a molecule or atom or nucleus; equals the mass defect; separation energy
E.g.
  • The main reason is the very high binding energy of the alpha particle.
  • The singlet deuteron is a virtual state, with a negative binding energy of .
  • For heavier nuclei, the binding energy per nucleon in the nucleus begins to decrease.

chemical energy

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n.
  1. that part of the energy in a substance that can be released by a chemical reaction
E.g.
  • Ammonium nitrate has only 85% of the chemical energy of nitroglycerin.
  • The plants also add some chemical energy to the fuel from biological molecules.
  • Lithium borohydride is renowned as one of the highest energy density chemical energy carriers.

conservation of energy

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n.
  1. the fundamental principle of physics that the total energy of an isolated system is constant despite internal changes; law of conservation of energy; first law of thermodynamics
E.g.
  • the direction) is to use (conservation of energy).
  • This is referred to as conservation of energy.
  • Also he was an advocate of the law of conservation of energy.

elastic energy

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n.
  1. potential energy that is stored when a body is deformed (as in a coiled spring); elastic potential energy
n.
  1. potential energy that is stored when a body is deformed (as in a coiled spring); elastic energy

electrical energy

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n.
  1. energy made available by the flow of electric charge through a conductor; electricity
E.g.
  • It shows how fast electrical energy is consumed.
  • Wind turbines convert wind energy to electrical energy for distribution.
  • Solar cells convert some of the light energy absorbed into electrical energy.

energy level

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n.
  1. a definite stable energy that a physical system can have; used especially of the state of electrons in atoms or molecules; energy state
E.g.
  • The next energy level () is −3.4 eV.
  • Perey noticed decay particles with an energy level below 80 keV.
  • Certain time limits can be defined to reach the necessary energy level.

energy of activation

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n.
  1. the energy that an atomic system must acquire before a process (such as an emission or reaction) can occur; activation energy

energy state

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n.
  1. a definite stable energy that a physical system can have; used especially of the state of electrons in atoms or molecules; energy level
E.g.
  • Therefore, the lowest possible energy state has , .
  • It is an approximation of the tendency to the least energy state.

energy unit

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n.
  1. a unit of measurement for work; work unit; heat unit

free energy

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n.
  1. (physics) a thermodynamic quantity equivalent to the capacity of a physical system to do work; the units of energy are joules or ergs; energy
E.g.
  • In equilibrium, the Gibbs free energy must be zero.
  • It is the L gradient flow of the Ginzburg–Landau free energy functional.
  • This allows the water solvent to maximize its entropy, lowering the total free energy.

geothermal energy

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n.
  1. energy derived from the heat in the interior of the earth
E.g.
  • Natural resources include geothermal energy.
  • Ukraine has a certain potential for the development of geothermal energy.
  • According to some estimates, India has 10,600 MW of geothermal energy available.

heat energy

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n.
  1. a form of energy that is transferred by a difference in temperature; heat
E.g.
  • In hot conditions, the greatest source of heat energy is solar radiation.
  • As objects grow hotter, they glow red proportionate to their heat energy.
  • These techniques use convection, conduction, and radiation of heat energy.

high energy physics

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  1. the branch of physics that studies subatomic particles and their interactions; particle physics; high-energy physics

kinetic energy

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n.
  1. the mechanical energy that a body has by virtue of its motion; K.E.
E.g.
  • it does not convert electric energy to kinetic energy.
  • The kinetic energy of the ground state cannot be removed.
  • Electric generators transform kinetic energy into electricity.
n.
  1. the fundamental principle of physics that the total energy of an isolated system is constant despite internal changes; conservation of energy; first law of thermodynamics

libidinal energy

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n.
  1. (psychoanalysis) psychic energy produced by the libido

luminous energy

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n.
  1. the energy associated with visible light

mass energy

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n.
  1. (physics) the mass of a body regarded relativistically as energy

mechanical energy

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n.
  1. energy in a mechanical form
E.g.
  • Conversion of radiant energy into mechanical energy to compress the main body.
  • Engine An engine or motor is a machine designed to convert one form of energy into mechanical energy.
  • This presents problems, as biofuels can use food resources in order to provide mechanical energy for vehicles.

mental energy

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n.
  1. an actuating force or factor; psychic energy

nuclear energy

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n.
  1. the energy released by a nuclear reaction; atomic energy
E.g.
  • Tero Varjoranta is a Finnish with 30 years of experience in nuclear energy.
  • South Africa's nuclear programme includes both nuclear energy and nuclear medicine.
  • Ritter worked on the German nuclear energy project, also known as the "Uranverein".

potential energy

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n.
  1. the mechanical energy that a body has by virtue of its position; stored energy; P.E.
E.g.
  • Every conservative force has a potential energy.
  • These rest states need not have equal potential energy.
  • For this purpose, interperticle potential energy is disregarded.

psychic energy

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n.
  1. an actuating force or factor; mental energy

radiant energy

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n.
  1. energy that is transmitted in the form of (electromagnetic) radiation; energy that exists in the absence of matter

rest energy

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n.
  1. the energy equivalent to the mass of a particle at rest in an inertial frame of reference; equal to the rest mass times the square of the speed of light

separation energy

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n.
  1. the energy required to separate particles from a molecule or atom or nucleus; equals the mass defect; binding energy

solar energy

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n.
  1. energy from the sun that is converted into thermal or electrical energy; solar power
E.g.
  • This would affect plant life and solar energy.
  • In 1982 he started working on solar energy.
  • This approach harvests the solar energy trapped in ocean waters.

waste of energy

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n.
  1. a useless effort; waste of effort

wind energy facility

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n.
  1. a power plant that uses wind turbines to generate electricity; wind farm; wind park

renewable energy

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  • Steven is a director of a renewable energy company.
  • Another type of renewable energy source is biofuel.
  • And this will speed up the transfer to renewable energy."

energy efficiency

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  • A new building code promoted energy efficiency.
  • If energy efficiency goes down, performance is negative.
  • Improved energy efficiency is one of Germany's official targets.

high energy

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  • Azawakh have high energy and tremendous endurance.
  • NADP is an electron carrier which ferries high energy electrons.
  • It represents a shallow water high energy deposit on a carbonate tamp.

energy consumption

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  • However, it is second in energy consumption after Texas.
  • Some units also have data recorders for energy consumption.
  • processing time and energy consumption.

energy sources

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  • Waterpower and forests are Ethiopia's main energy sources.
  • Other energy sources include solar photovoltaics and geothermal power.
  • The contribution from renewable energy sources was nearly 17% of the total.

more energy

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  • Because of this, Zen is much more energy efficient.
  • These buildings can also be upgraded to produce more energy.
  • When the body is expending more energy than it is consuming (e.g.

energy source

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  • The main domestic energy source is hydroelectric.
  • Another type of renewable energy source is biofuel.
  • Glucose is an energy source in most life forms.

amount of energy

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  • A relatively small amount of energy is required for initiation.
  • Then the total amount of energy can be found by adding formula_12.
  • Radio waves have the least amount of energy and the lowest frequency.

energy production

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  • Households consume more than 80 percent of total energy production.
  • Haitians burn wood charcoal for 60% of their domestic energy production.
  • Her research interests include energy production, ocean dynamics, and sailboat design.

energy storage

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  • Tidal power and Thermal energy storage solutions are also considered.
  • As a result, the CPUC established an energy storage target of 1,325 MW by 2020.
  • They also work on electrodes for energy storage in lithium and sodium ion batteries.

thermal energy

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E.g.
  • They are inefficient, not recycling excess thermal energy.
  • The liquid can be said to be saturated with thermal energy.
  • Energy is transformed from other forms into thermal energy.

energy density

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E.g.
  • During inflation, the energy density in the inflaton field is roughly constant.
  • Similar to LFP, LYP batteries offer high energy density, good safety and long life.
  • The raw energy density of liquid ammonia is 11.5 MJ/L, which is about a third that of diesel.

wind energy

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  • These figures included components for the wind energy sector.
  • The wind energy project would power 5,000 homes on Staten Island.
  • Prospects for Italian wind energy beyond 2016 are very uncertain.

total energy

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E.g.
  • The total energy stored in that capacitor is "U = ½ C⋅ΔV".
  • Households consume more than 80 percent of total energy production.
  • The value is defined as the total energy released in a given nuclear decay.

clean energy

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  • New York City is home to several clean energy projects.
  • He proposed funding cuts for clean energy and other environmental programs.
  • Other industries include clean energy, bioscience, and agri-tech businesses.

energy use

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  • The reduction in friction would reduce energy use.
  • Some new developments exhibit extremely low energy use.
  • Lee is able to offset its energy use with the energy it generates.

energy levels

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E.g.
  • Bound quantum states have discrete energy levels.
  • Rather, electrons must occupy a band of energy levels.
  • These bands correspond to the allowed energy levels in the atoms.

energy efficient

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  • Because of this, Zen is much more energy efficient.
  • Drezner's architectural style focuses on creative, energy efficient buildings.
  • A new energy efficient lighting system was installed before the 2009-10 school year.

energy sector

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  • The goal for the energy sector is shown in the table.
  • After leaving office, he worked in the energy sector.
  • The second largest energy sector is industry.

energy policy

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  • She publishes intensively on nuclear and energy policy.
  • Therefore, market trends depend on Chinese energy policy.
  • "Energiewende" designates a significant change in energy policy.

energy company

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  • Steven is a director of a renewable energy company.
  • It is operated by Austrian energy company EVN.
  • Petrobangla is the national energy company.

low energy

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  • The building itself has very low energy emissions.
  • Some new developments exhibit extremely low energy use.
  • First, binding forms a low energy enzyme-substrate complex (ES).

source of energy

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E.g.
  • Glucose is a nearly universal and accessible source of energy.
  • Carbohydrates may be the most efficient source of energy for ATP.
  • It was also an important source of energy for early industry in Hobart.
E.g.
  • The contribution from renewable energy sources was nearly 17% of the total.
  • The electricity production in Colombia comes mainly from renewable energy sources.
  • It could be manufactured from renewable energy sources, as well as coal or nuclear power.

energy crisis

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  • Local energy planning began in Davis after the energy crisis of 1973.
  • After the 1970s energy crisis, the importance of trolleybuses increased somewhat.
  • Competition was fierce and the energy crisis had begun to drive up the price for resins.

energy conservation

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  • Cloud computing is also being talked about regarding energy conservation.
  • A special feature of the library is the attention given to energy conservation.
  • Thaksin also initiated a policy to encourage renewable energy and energy conservation.

internal energy

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  • Several devices could be built to store internal energy during accelerations.
  • This change in energy is called the change in internal energy of a chemical reaction.
  • Thus the ideal gas law states that internal energy is directly proportional to temperature.

dark energy

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E.g.
  • This is called dark energy.
  • Tyson built the Big Throughput Camera, which was used to discover dark energy.
  • The nature of dark energy is one of the most challenging problems in cosmology.

time and energy

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  • processing time and energy consumption.
  • He had a small farm of , but devoted his time and energy to music.
  • He spent much time and energy fruitlessly campaigning for disestablishment.

energy resources

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  • Colombia is well-endowed with minerals and energy resources.
  • The shoals are concentrated energy resources for the great marine predators.
  • Research on Iceland’s indigenous energy resources goes back to the 18th century.

less energy

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E.g.
  • Badgers are also thought to expend less energy while hunting in burrows.
  • The recoiling electron has much less energy and a jet of particles is emitted.
  • In a like way, it might use more total energy, while using less energy per instruction.

higher energy

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E.g.
  • The atoms/molecules in a higher energy state are said to be excited.
  • In fluorescence, a molecule absorbs a photon and gets excited to a higher energy state.
  • The increase in food prices the consumer has been seeing is mainly due to the higher energy cost.

energy industry

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  • She has worked with the chemical and energy industry.
  • Hopefully, a large part of the energy industry will depend on it.
  • Mining and energy industry production exceeds $2.5 billion per annum.

energy supply

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  • Under this comparison, primary energy supply drops 42%.
  • energy supply, agriculture, road traffic.
  • Germany's switch to renewables was described as "democratization of the energy supply".

energy required

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  • The only energy required is provided by compressed air.
  • Converting grains to grams and using the energy required to melt .
  • To be in this state, the system pays a certain cost in terms of energy required by the state.

energy security

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  • Denmark had the 6th best energy security in the world in 2014.
  • Despite the rising awareness of global warming issues, the G8 focussed on "energy security" issues.
  • EDS focusses on the economic development of the Czech Republic, the adoption of the euro and energy security.

lower energy

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E.g.
  • It allows lower energy input for generating a surface layer of molten plastic.
  • In general, emitted fluorescence light has a longer wavelength and lower energy than the absorbed light.
  • The distribution shows that states with lower energy will always have a higher probability of being occupied .

energy transfer

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E.g.
  • to ensure that there is very little energy transfer from nuclei to electrons, i.e.
  • When an energy transfer to or from a body is only as heat, the state of the body changes.
  • Hence, some other manner of energy transfer must be involved in the heating of the corona.

energy through

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  • An energy balance can be used to track energy through a system.
  • I just felt it was kinda cool to bring that energy through the dance."
  • Our bodies expend energy through normal functioning as well as through exercise.

much energy

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E.g.
  • Stamina determines how much energy a monster can attack with.
  • Following William's death, Susan devoted much energy to carrying on his work.
  • It was so much energy.

new energy

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  • Now, 28 years later Kosmikud and No-Big-Silence give the songs new energy.
  • A new energy efficient lighting system was installed before the 2009-10 school year.
  • It has the independent development capability of complete vehicles, engines and new energy.

energy generation

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  • This is higher than some other systems for energy generation.
  • It is already being used in some areas for heating and energy generation.
  • In 2010, Sartori began investing in energy generation projects in Latin America.

enough energy

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E.g.
  • At low temperatures, the solute atoms do not have enough energy to move.
  • Until the 1940s the power station produced enough energy to power the tram network.
  • If the electric field is too small, then the electrons do not acquire enough energy.

energy needs

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E.g.
  • The plants are forecast to supply 15 per cent of Peru's energy needs.
  • As such, they might have spent more time foraging to meet their minimum energy needs.

energy per

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E.g.
  • This is several times the energy per kg of practical rocket propellant mixes.
  • The current number is 10,000 tonnes of standard coal equivalent of energy per year.
  • For heavier nuclei, the binding energy per nucleon in the nucleus begins to decrease.

sustainable energy

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E.g.
  • The plant is seen to be at the forefront of sustainable energy production and waste disposal.
  • Bin Chen works on materials synthesis and applications for both sustainable energy and ultra-sensitive detection techniques.
  • California's venture capital investments in sustainable energy are greater than the other 49 states combined, at $2.2 billion in 2012.

energy projects

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  • New York City is home to several clean energy projects.
  • This segment has started the initial developments in renewable energy projects.
  • The committee reviewed and approved $300+ million for advanced energy projects.

energy companies

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  • The government also nationalized several media outlets and energy companies.
  • There are energy companies, specialized in high-voltage and high tech well drilling.
  • Over the next 50 years, Northern expanded even more as it acquired many energy companies.

energy costs

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  • Solar water heating further reduces energy costs.
  • Higher energy costs affect these costs, especially transportation.
  • The school's new HVAC system is expected to save 30 percent in energy costs.

energy systems

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  • It focuses on designing, testing, and disseminating renewable and appropriate energy systems.
  • The 3 energy systems involved in exercise are the Phosphogenic, Anaerobic and Aerobic energy pathways.
  • The interior of the building was being totally rebuilt and equipped with communication and energy systems.

energy technologies

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  • Energy development History of energy development List of emerging energy technologies
  • In July 2016, a new book - "The Switch" - was published by Profile Books, focusing on solar, storage and new energy technologies.
  • Bush had said in June 2008, "In the long run, the solution is to reduce demand for oil by promoting alternative energy technologies.

green energy

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  • Keilir has four core fields: green energy, aviation, creative studies and health studies.
  • Bedford Biofuels Bedford Biofuels was a green energy company headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Keilir has been making research agreements with several companies in green energy fields such as wind pumping.

energy released

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E.g.
  • The energy released by the 1942 earthquake was about 2.5×10 Nm.
  • The value is defined as the total energy released in a given nuclear decay.
  • A related term, , is the ratio , which describes the fractional energy released.

energy demand

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E.g.
  • In 2009 DEI supplied for 85.6% of all energy demand in Greece, while the number fell to 77.3% in 2010.
  • In 2009 DEI supplied for 85.6% of all electric energy demand in Greece, while the number fell to 77.3% in 2010.
  • FortZED relied upon energy demand management techniques to encourage use of energy at the most efficient times.

energy drink

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  • He is the co-founder and 49% owner of the Red Bull energy drink company.
  • NOS (drink) NOS Energy Drink is an energy drink sold in 16 and 24oz cans.
  • In January 2019, Kjellberg announced a partnership with energy drink company G Fuel.

energy savings

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E.g.
  • This mechanism leads to significant energy savings for operators.
  • This would cause small energy savings, based on the distortion of the bands in the vicinity of the new gaps.
  • The US manufacturer Southwest Windpower estimates a turbine to pay for itself in energy savings in 5 to 12 years.

primary energy

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E.g.
  • Under this comparison, primary energy supply drops 42%.
  • Oil shale supplies around 70% of the country's primary energy.
  • The California Energy Commission is the primary energy policy and planning agency.

sources of energy

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  • Polysaccharides are also common sources of energy.
  • Bioenergetics studies the sources of energy for such reactions.
  • It relies heavily on alternative and renewable sources of energy.

energy loss

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E.g.
  • Air leakage accounts for a large percentage of energy loss from a home.
  • Because of energy loss fluctuations, accurate measurement of the energy deposited is of less use.
  • This high temperature will cause heat and energy loss if the heat is not removed and used properly.

energy management

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  • Marine energy management can both be applied on board and onshore.
  • It puts operating and environmental parameters in an energy management context.
  • The goal of marine energy management is to These are two separated optimization problems.

energy needed

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  • It is the energy needed to create the system.
  • Glucose is a six-carbon sugar that provides energy needed by cells.
  • The insulation also reduces the amount of energy needed for normal cooking.

electric energy

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  • it does not convert electric energy to kinetic energy.
  • Electric bus (disambiguation) Electric bus is a bus powered by electric energy.
  • Early electric energy was produced near the device or service requiring that energy.

energy expenditure

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  • Caloric requirements are determined using a basal energy expenditure (BEE) formula.
  • A trade-off occurs between energy expenditure in flight and the competition between workers.
  • After two days of tests, Brüggemann reported that Pistorius used about 25% less energy expenditure than non-disabled athletes once he achieved a given speed.

energy usage

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  • Organisations such as Intel corporation use these systems to track energy usage.
  • In particular, the production of nitrogen fertilizer can account for over half of agricultural energy usage.
  • Electricity consumption equates to approximately 77% of household energy usage in an average detached house.

energy conversion

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  • recharge) and therefore suffers from a low energy conversion efficiency.
  • These new devices show energy conversion efficiencies of 8% and high manufacturing yields of >90%.
  • It is the most common exogenous ketone body because of its efficient energy conversion and ease of synthesis.

energy system

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  • The solar energy system used there is passed on to the Inujima Project.
  • These involve the subtle energy system of the body of the chakras and the energy channels.
  • The farmyard has a renewable energy system, so it is entirely self-sufficient in terms of energy.

reduce energy

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  • The reduction in friction would reduce energy use.
  • Last but not least roof mounted solar panels will save ecological resources and reduce energy costs.
  • According to "Consumer Reports" magazine, programmable thermostats can reduce energy bills by about $180 a year.

wave energy

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  • It is not yet known exactly how much wave energy is available to heat the corona.
  • The currents then collapse suddenly, releasing energy as heat and wave energy in the corona.
  • During a storm event, dunes play a significant role in minimizing wave energy as it moves onshore.

energy used

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  • While boiling, it is useful to recover some of the energy used to boil the wort.
  • However, as technology has evolved, the sources of energy used in power plants has evolved as well.
  • This value is an approximation of the combined kinetic energy used by all tropical cyclones throughout the season.

energy development

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  • Energy development History of energy development List of emerging energy technologies
  • Renewable energy plays a key role in ONE's $3.4 billion energy development plan, announced in January 2004.
  • Yeoju University is famous for its educational programs in Architecture, Civil engineering, Renewable energy development, Management and marketing.

surface energy

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  • However, high strength adhesives have high surface energy.
  • To begin, a polar plot of surface energy as a function of orientation is made.
  • The use of surface energy balance can detect reduced ET caused by water shortage.

energy produced

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  • The total energy produced in 2010 was 8,787 GWh, with an increase of 29% from the previous year.
  • some energy produced by combustion is reabsorbed and used in melting, then vaporizing the wax, etc.
  • In 1978, David Kemp reported that sound energy produced by the ear could be detected in the ear canal.

energy between

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  • Players can allocate energy between research into new technology and energy reserves.
  • Entropy is a measure of evenness of a distribution of energy between parts of a system.
  • She was France's minister of ecology, sustainable development, and energy between 21 June 2012 and 2 July 2013.

energy drinks

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  • The inaugural 2006 awards were sponsored by V energy drinks.
  • Guarana is now widely consumed as an ingredient of popular energy drinks.
  • Subsequently, he turned the Red Bull drink into a world market leader among energy drinks.

energy content

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  • The miles per gallon gasoline equivalent is based on the energy content of gasoline.
  • As a result, the energy content of this mixture will be less than it would be if the fuel were gasoline.
  • The four properties are cohesion (water), solidity or inertia (earth), expansion or vibration (air) and heat or energy content (fire).

energy requirements

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  • The host organism derives some or all of its energy requirements from the algae.
  • Their metabolic rate is low and as a result, their food and energy requirements are limited.
  • One of the problems of drought-feeding was to find the minimum energy requirements of the animal.

energy balance

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  • An excess heat observation is based on an energy balance.
  • An energy balance can be used to track energy through a system.
  • The use of surface energy balance can detect reduced ET caused by water shortage.

energy stored

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  • Input energy is the energy stored in the fuel.
  • The total energy stored in that capacitor is "U = ½ C⋅ΔV".
  • Thus, explosives are substances that contain a large amount of energy stored in chemical bonds.

energy market

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  • Estonian energy liberalization is lagging far behind the Nordic energy market.
  • If completed these companies would own 80% of the Chilean energy market together establishing a duopoly.
  • In 2006, the energy market was around 90 terawatt hours and the peak demand around 15 gigawatts in winter.

energy research

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  • Germany invested €1.5billion in energy research in 2013.
  • Fossil energy research focused on ways to burn coal cleaner.
  • The Bureau's energy research focuses largely on oil and natural gas.

energy output

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  • Albedo can affect the electrical energy output of solar photovoltaic devices.
  • When referring to total energy output, the proper term is bolometric magnitude.
  • Wind turbine design is a careful balance of cost, energy output, and fatigue life.

global energy

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  • The site allowed Enron to transact with participants in the global energy markets.
  • Energi Mine has a blockchain-driven platform that decentralizes the global energy market by incentivizing energy conservation.
  • The Central African Republic will likely be among the main winners after the global energy transition is completed as the country is ranked no.

light energy

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  • These electrons were then used for reactions requiring light energy.
  • Solar cells convert some of the light energy absorbed into electrical energy.
  • They take light energy and store it in NADPH, a form of NADP, and ATP to fuel the dark reactions.
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