11 June, 05:27
What form of energy is used in cooking?
11 June, 06:02
Thermal energy is used to cook food. Thermal energy is heat. It's converted from either electrical potential energy or chemical potential energy, depending on the cooking appliance.
11 June, 07:27
I'd argue that it would be chemical and heat/thermal energy. Chemical because of the food being used as ingredients, but thermal because of the stove or oven.
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