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Radiation, Conduction, Convection
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False- Conduction
Conduction
Movement of energy through space as electromagnetic waves.
The energy of heat flowing from one object to another; heat energy
Conduction
True
Heat transfer through direct contact; objects must touch.
Liquids and Gases
Radiation
Conduction, Convection, Radiation
Movement created by warmer air rising and cooler air sinking; movement from hot to cool
Solids
Radiation
Conduction
True
Convection
Convection
Radiation
False-Heat always passes from a hotter object to a cooler object.
Convection
Waves
Radiation
Heated energy through liquids and gases in currents.
True
Conduction
The heat we feel from the sun.
Heat passes from a cooler object to a hotter object.
The heat you feel when you touch a hot stove.
Radiation moves in_________.
Define convection currents
Heat you feel when you sit next to a campfire.
Why the kettle on the stove gets hot.
Name the 3 ways heat moves from one object to another.
Heat passes through_________by conduction. (Liquids, Solids, or Gases)
Define convection.
Convection is the way heat passes through_______and_______.(states of matter)
Mircowave ovens heat food by________.
Boiling water in a pot is an example of_________.
Hot soup heats a metal spoon by radiation.
The reason why it's hotter upstairs than in the basement.
Molecules in liquids and gases move further apart when they are heated.
Define conduction
Define radiation
In convection, heat is passed by movements called convection currents.
Define thermal energy
Grabbing the cookie sheet out of the oven is an example of_________.
Solar heat comes in radiation waves.
When you heat water on the stove, heat is passed by_________ currents.
Laying in the sun is an example of__________.
Butter melting on a bread roll is________.

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DescriptionMatch:
The heat we feel from the sun.Radiation
The heat you feel when you touch a hot stove.Conduction
Why the kettle on the stove gets hot.Conduction
The reason why it's hotter upstairs than in the basement.Convection
Heat you feel when you sit next to a campfire.Radiation
Define conductionHeat transfer through direct contact; objects must touch.
Define convection.Heated energy through liquids and gases in currents.
Define radiationMovement of energy through space as electromagnetic waves.
Define thermal energyThe energy of heat flowing from one object to another; heat energy
Define convection currentsMovement created by warmer air rising and cooler air sinking; movement from hot to cool
Heat passes from a cooler object to a hotter object.False-Heat always passes from a hotter object to a cooler object.
Solar heat comes in radiation waves.True
In convection, heat is passed by movements called convection currents.True
Molecules in liquids and gases move further apart when they are heated.True
Hot soup heats a metal spoon by radiation. False- Conduction
Mircowave ovens heat food by________.Radiation
Butter melting on a bread roll is________.Conduction
Boiling water in a pot is an example of_________.Convection
Grabbing the cookie sheet out of the oven is an example of_________.Conduction
When you heat water on the stove, heat is passed by_________ currents.Convection
Name the 3 ways heat moves from one object to another. Conduction, Convection, Radiation
Laying in the sun is an example of__________.Radiation
Convection is the way heat passes through_______and_______.(states of matter)Liquids and Gases
Radiation moves in_________. Waves
Heat passes through_________by conduction. (Liquids, Solids, or Gases)Solids