Energy is a quantity which gives an overview of the amount of work doable by the system.

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Can magnetic energy be used to create a magnetic motor which can power vehicles and machines? [closed]

Can magnetic energy be used to create a magnetic motor which can power vehicles and machines?
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Does the particle vibrate in 3D space? [closed]

As far as I know, particles vibrate with a frequency and wavelength determined by their energy level. Is this vibration in 3D space?
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Hamiltonian in 2-dimensions? [closed]

I am trying to construct a Hamiltonian for a system in 2 dimensions using Matlab. I am not sure how this Hamiltonian will look like in matrix form. If somebody can help me visualize this matrix that ...
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Anti-laser: How sure we are that energy is transported?

Reading this PE question can-we-transport-energy-over-infinite-distances-through-vacuum-using-light, a related question arises naturally: Is energy transported (by light)? -- (I did believed in this ...
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Mathematical Modelling for Efficiency of PV thermal technology

As the efficiency of PV thermal or wind energy decreases with time(from the installment). Is there any mathematical model that gives its relation with time. i.e., whether it is a linear decrease or ...
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Energy source of electrons?

I am aware that electrons are moving in an empty space so basically there is no friction to slow it down and its velocity stays the same. However where did the electron get its energy from in the ...
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The time is a type of energy ?

You know energy is necessary for the occurrence of an event . Time is also exactly neccessary for the occurrence of an event. If there is no time , there will be no event. I mean time is a type of ...
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What do I need to know to calculate the price per km for plug-in hybrid or electric cars? [closed]

Knowing the per kWh price of electricity, what other factors are needed to calculate how much would one pay per km traveled on electric power compared to gasoline power? EDIT: For example, the ...
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Is the continuous transformation of energy from one form to another one free? Or it consumes some quantity of who knows what?

Sorry for the unclarity. I probably created some bias in your mind having tagged my question with energy-conservation and conservation-laws. I simply consider that, relatively independently of ...
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How momentum/energy is distributed in a elastic collision? [closed]

We know from conservation of momentum or energy that energy (lets think about one quantity at a time) is conserved before and after collision. But how the energy is distributed between the bodies? I ...
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Mathematical question on Collisions [closed]

A 2.5kg ball travelling with a speed of 7.5m/s makes an elastic collision with another ball of ...
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Alternative derivation for the capacitor energy equation [closed]

I hope this is the right place for this kind of post. A friend is trying to derive the equation for the energy stored in a capacitor by analysing the change in potential on one plate when the ...
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Street Light Interference Phenomenon [closed]

Is there a scientific approach that can explain the street light interference phenomenon? Everytime I walk past a Streetlight it turns off.
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Does thermal energy change within a chamber depending on what's in it, where it is, what it is?

I have noticed that some people will say that, when you put more mass in an oven, it takes longer for both to cook than if just were one. Some others will say that timings are the same. Assume we ...
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Is the total mass of the universe constant in time? [duplicate]

Is the total mass of the universe constant in time?
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Is electron volt an alternate unit for electric potential? [closed]

My question is: Can an electron volt be considered an alternate unit for electric potential?