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Cole Mihalich 5 th Grade Science Mrs. Aubles class
A Stretched Rubber Band wants to return to its original form.
A released rubber band turn its potential energy into kinetic energy.
A Bouncy Ball held off the ground has potential energy because of gravity.
A dropped ball lets gravity change Potential into kinetic energy
A compressed spring also has potential energy because it is elastic.
When the spring opens it releases it's kinetic energy.
Fire transfers heat to another object by radiation, we can use this to heat a pot.
When the pot gets hot it conducts heat to the water to make the water boil.
A microwave oven uses microwave radiation to heat my hot cocoa.
If I drink hot cocoa it conducts heat to my mouth and can burn my tongue, OUCH!
Our furnace blows hot air around the house to warm things up on a cold night.
My mom's hairdryer uses convection to dry her hair.
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Unit 2: Heat Chapter 6: “Heat is transferred from one place to another by three different processes.”
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Convection Convection is the transfer of heat by the circulation of currents from a hotter to cooler region. Convection currents only occur in liquids.
Energy Without energy nothing happens.. Energy does work! Work is done when objects are moved or heated. Energy is never used up it is simply converted.
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