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the energy of motion
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the energy of motion
What is kinetic energy?
the transfer of thermal energy from a warmer to cooler object
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the transfer of thermal energy from a warmer to cooler object
What is heat?
The AVERAGE kinetic energy that the particles in a substance has
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The AVERAGE kinetic energy that the particles in a substance has
What is temperature?
The TOTAL kinetic energy that the particles in a substance has
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The TOTAL kinetic energy that the particles in a substance has
What is thermal energy?
faster moving particles will have _______ kinetic energy and therefore a _______ temperature than slower moving particles
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faster moving particles will have _______ kinetic energy and therefore a _______ temperature than slower moving particles
more; higher
The transfer of heat by direct contact between particles
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The transfer of heat by direct contact between particles
What is conduction?
The transfer of heat through empty space by electromagnetic waves
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The transfer of heat through empty space by electromagnetic waves
What is radiation?
The transfer of heat by warmer fluids rising and cooler fluids sinking
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The transfer of heat by warmer fluids rising and cooler fluids sinking
What is convection?
Explain how conduction works
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Explain how conduction works
when substances come in contact with each other, the particles bump into each other giving away some thermal energy
Explain how convection works
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Explain how convection works
fluids close to the heat source warm up, the particles spread out, becoming less dense, fluid rises; cooler fluid is less dense so it sinks
Heat always moves from _________ to __________
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Heat always moves from _________ to __________
warmer to cooler
T or F: The temperature of a substance depends on how much of the substance you have
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T or F: The temperature of a substance depends on how much of the substance you have
False
T or F: The thermal energy of a substance depends on how much of the substance you have
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T or F: The thermal energy of a substance depends on how much of the substance you have
True
In which phases of matter do the particles have kinetic energy?
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In which phases of matter do the particles have kinetic energy?
All phases
What are the 3 scales for measuring temperature?
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What are the 3 scales for measuring temperature?
Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin
materials that transfer thermal energy well
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materials that transfer thermal energy well
What are conductors?
materials that do NOT transfer thermal energy well
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materials that do NOT transfer thermal energy well
What are insulators?
Give two examples of conductors
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Give two examples of conductors
glass, metal, tile
Give three examples of insulators
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Give three examples of insulators
various answers
What are insulators used for?
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What are insulators used for?
use to prevent or slow down the transfer of thermal energy
you burn your hand when you touch the metal end of a curling iron
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you burn your hand when you touch the metal end of a curling iron
conduction
a heater located in the deep ened warms an entire swimming pool
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a heater located in the deep ened warms an entire swimming pool
convection
the sunlight shines directly on you through the window making you feel hot
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the sunlight shines directly on you through the window making you feel hot
radiation
Your feet feel cold as you walk onto the tile floor in your bathroom
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Your feet feel cold as you walk onto the tile floor in your bathroom
conduction
when you sit facing a campfire, your face feels warm but your back feels cold
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when you sit facing a campfire, your face feels warm but your back feels cold
radiation
Which will have more thermal energy: an ice sculpture or a burning match? Explain
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Which will have more thermal energy: an ice sculpture or a burning match? Explain
ice sculpture; even though it has a lower temperature, it has A LOT more particles than a match has. and thermal energy is TOTAL kinetice energy




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