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Name That Transfer Conduction, Convection, or Radiation? Anything Goes Heat Transfer Experts Define That
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Getting a sun tan is an example of what type of heat transfer?
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Getting a sun tan is an example of what type of heat transfer?
Radiation
Toast in a toaster is an example of what type of heat transfer?
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Toast in a toaster is an example of what type of heat transfer?
Radiation
A space heater in a bedroom is an example of what type of heat transfer?
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A space heater in a bedroom is an example of what type of heat transfer?
Convection
Touching a hot pan in the oven is an example of what type of heat transfer?
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Touching a hot pan in the oven is an example of what type of heat transfer?
Conduction
A pot sitting on a stove is an example of what type of heat transfer?
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A pot sitting on a stove is an example of what type of heat transfer?
Conduction
Heat from the Sun reaches Earth as a result of which heat transfer?
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Heat from the Sun reaches Earth as a result of which heat transfer?
Radiation
An egg cooking in a frying pan is an example of what type of heat transfer?
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An egg cooking in a frying pan is an example of what type of heat transfer?
conduction
A man sitting next to his fireplace to get warm is an example of what type of heat transfer?
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A man sitting next to his fireplace to get warm is an example of what type of heat transfer?
Radiation
A pot sitting on a hot burner.
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A pot sitting on a hot burner.
Conduction
Using a heating blanket to get warm.
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Using a heating blanket to get warm.
Conduction
What are better conductors, metals or nonmetals?
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What are better conductors, metals or nonmetals?
Metals
What are better insulators, metals or nonmetals?
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What are better insulators, metals or nonmetals?
Nonmetals
What are better conductors, solids or liquids?
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What are better conductors, solids or liquids?
Solids
Thermal energy can be transferred through empty space by which heat transfer?
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Thermal energy can be transferred through empty space by which heat transfer?
radiation
The end of a metal spoon will get warm when placed in boiling water because of what heat transfer?
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The end of a metal spoon will get warm when placed in boiling water because of what heat transfer?
Conduction
What are the three types heat can be transferred?
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What are the three types heat can be transferred?
conduction, convection, radiation
A person placing their cold hands over a warm fire
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A person placing their cold hands over a warm fire
Radiation
Picking up a hot cup of coffee
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Picking up a hot cup of coffee
Conduction
Macaroni rising and falling in a pot of boiling water
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Macaroni rising and falling in a pot of boiling water
Convection
The ability of a material to conduct heat
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The ability of a material to conduct heat
Thermal Conductivity
Thermal energy that flows between objects due to a difference in temperature
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Thermal energy that flows between objects due to a difference in temperature
Heat
Energy is transferred by direct contact.
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Energy is transferred by direct contact.
Conduction
A material that conducts heat poorly
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A material that conducts heat poorly
Thermal insulator
Energy is transferred by electromagnetic rays.
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Energy is transferred by electromagnetic rays.
Radiation
Energy is transferred by mass motion of molecules
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Energy is transferred by mass motion of molecules
Convection
What does the abbreviation m/s stand for?
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What does the abbreviation m/s stand for?
Meters per second




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