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Which statement accurately describes a type of potential energy found in a container full of a chemical substance in liquid form?

The rotation of the particles is one place where potential energy is stored.

The speed of the particles is one place where potential energy is stored.

The vibration of the atoms in molecules is one place where potential energy is stored.

The bonds between atoms are one place where potential energy is stored.***

Which term is used to describe the energy needed for a chemical reaction to begin?

kinetic energy

bond energy

activation energy***

potential energy

Which energy change occurs for a water molecule as water falls over a dam?

kinetic energy increases

kinetic energy decreases**

total energy decreases

total energy increases

Which option is a type of kinetic energy?

activation energy

bond energy***

thermal energy

potential energy

In which type of reaction is there more energy in the products than in the reactants?

neither an endothermic nor an exothermic reaction

exothermic reaction**

both an endothermic and an exothermic reaction

endothermic reaction

15 answers

  1. everything right except
    Which energy change occurs for a water molecule as water falls over a dam?
    its kinetic energy increases

    and
    Which option is a type of kinetic energy?
    its thermal energy

  2. 1. The bonds between atoms are one place where potential energy is stored
    2. Activation energy
    3. The products will have less energy than reactants
    4. Kinetic energy increases
    5. Thermal energy

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    If you have 5 endo

  4. Thanks @cheese sandwich!!!

  5. Thank You guys so much!

  6. Your Welcome 😂😂

  7. last one for me is endothermic reaction

  8. Which statement accurately describes a type of potential energy found in a container full of a chemical substance in liquid form?
    - The bonds between atoms are one place where potential energy is stored.

    Which term is used to describe the energy needed for a chemical reaction to begin?
    - activation energy

    Which energy change occurs for a water molecule as water falls over a dam?
    - kinetic energy increases

    Which option is a type of kinetic energy?
    - thermal energy

    In which type of reaction is there more energy in the products than in the reactants?
    - endothermic reaction

    Hope this helps because I just took the assessment and 5 is wrong so i put the right answer.

  9. anonymous is right

  10. hey guys if ur taking the potential and kinetic energy quick check for connexus honors chemistry these were my answers (100%):

    1. The bonds between atoms are one place where potential energy is stored.
    2. activation energy
    3. kinetic energy increases
    4. thermal energy
    5. endothermic reaction

    good luck <3

  11. CONNEXUS STUDENT IS 100% RIGHT

  12. Potential and Kinetic Energy Quick Check

    1) Which statement accurately describes a type of potential energy found in a container full of a chemical substance in liquid form?---The bonds between atoms are one place where potential energy is stored.

    2)Which term is used to describe the energy needed for a chemical reaction to begin?---activation energy

    3)Which statement is always true for exothermic reactions?---The products will have less energy than the reactants.

    4)Which energy change occurs for a water molecule as water falls over a dam?---kinetic energy increases

    5)Which option is a type of kinetic energy?---thermal energy

  13. I love how everyone here just gives the answer. No bs about doing the work on your own. just people helping each other out.

  14. anonymous, connexus student, and lilac are all correct! Thank you!

  15. Answers ! :)
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    1. The bonds between atoms are one place where potential energy is stored
    2. Activation energy
    3. The products will have less energy than reactants
    4. Kinetic energy increases
    5. Thermal energy
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    You will get 100% ! Happy studying and good luck ! <3

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