MadSci Network: Physics
Subject: How is energy stored in vacuum?
Date: Fri Jan 27 10:34:39 2006
Posted by stijn
Grade level: undergrad
School: university of Antwerp
City: Antwerp State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Physics
In a vacuum there are no molecules or atoms to store energy, suppose you make such
a vacuum and there is no radiation present, does this mean there is no energy?
Can you define temperature in this situation? What would happen if I put in a
thermometer or a substance?
Are there other ways of storing energy than trough molecules or radiation?
Sorry if it's a bit long but I'm really breaking my head on this...
Re: How is energy stored in vacuum?
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