Acoustic resonance is a physical phenomenon in which an object begins to vibrate with more energy after being exposed to its natural frequency or a multiple of its natural frequency. In the case of acoustic resonance, th... More »

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According to Dictionary.com, vocal resonance (from a medical perspective) refers to the sounds that are heard through a stethoscope, when listening to the chest area as a person speaks. Vocal instructor Karyn O'Connor no... More »

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Resonance stabilization is the energy of a real molecule compared with its anticipated energy for the best resonance structure that may be drawn for the said molecule. The anticipated energy is based on the types and amo... More »

Some examples of magnetic energy are a magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, machine, a compass, the Earth's magnetic field and the starter in a car. Maxwell's equations relates magnetic energy to electric energy. These eq... More »

In physics, energy is a system's capacity to perform work, which is force acting on an object. Energy has many forms, including kinetic or mechanical energy, potential energy, light energy and heat energy. The basic rule... More »

Work has been done whenever there is a difference between the final kinetic energy of an object and the initial kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is the energy that an object has when moving at a certain speed. Work is a re... More »

Kinetic energy is contained in a moving object, while potential energy exists in a stored form. Potential energy can be changed into kinetic energy. Potential energy is ready for release, while kinetic energy is already ... More »