can all energy be interpreted as friction?
- Jeffrey KLv 67 months ago
No. Friction is a force, not an energy.
- goringLv 67 months ago
Friction can be interpreted as molecular collision between materials. when collision occurs energy is transferred between the two materials ,hence a division of energy.
- oldschoolLv 77 months ago
Disk brakes convert kinetic energy into heat energy with friction. Friction makes meteors (shooting stars) visible. Boulders on cliffs have potential energy. Energy can be thought of as power integrated over time.
- Tom SLv 77 months ago
No. Radiant energy has little to do with friction.
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- billrussell42Lv 77 months ago
friction causes heat, which is a form of energy.
but there are many other forms of energy.