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$100 Heat Transfer Heat Properties of Water Temperature Diagrams & graphs $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Jeopardy
This method of heat transfer involves collisions of molecules. What is CONDUCTION
The only method that can transfer heat energy through the vacuum of space. What is RADIATION
This method can transfer heat energy in fluids (liquids and gases)? What is CONVECTION?
This method of heat transfer involves density differences What is CONVECTION?
What is CONDUCTION? This method can transfer heat energy through solids.
This is the UNIT of measure for heat energy. What is the Joule?
This substance has the highest specific heat of any common material. What is WATER?
Of air, granite, and copper, this substance has the smallest specific heat. What is COPPER?
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Heat flows from a source to THIS. What is a SINK?
If equal amounts of heat energy are added to equal masses of water, basalt, iron, and lead, this substance will experience the smallest temperature increase. What is WATER?
3.98 o C At what temperature does water reach maximum density?
4.18 joules/gram x C o What is the specific heat of liquid water?
To melt 1g of ice at 0 o C, this much energy must be added. What are 334 J/g?
The greatest number of joules are released into the air when H 2 O changes between this phase and this phase. What is between water vapor and liquid water?
What must be happening if heat energy is added to water but the temperature doesnt change. What is a change of phase?
What is temperature actually measuring? The average kinetic energy of the atoms or molecules of a substance
At what temperature, in degrees Kelvin, does all molecular motion stop? MUST GIVE NUMBER! 0 degrees Kelvin
The Kelvin equivalent of 140 degrees Fahrenheit. What is 333 degrees K
Which of the following is the lowest temperature? 0 o F, -10 o C, 260 o K 0oF0oF
The number of degrees between the boiling point and freezing point of water on the Kelvin scale? 100 degrees
Between which 2 consecutive points is the most energy added? D and E
By what process does heat energy flow from A to B? Conduction
At which letter location does the air have the greatest density? Location E
What process is illustrated by the diagram? Refraction
334 joules/g will be released into the environment when going from this letter to this letter. From C to B
FINAL JEOPARDY ? Impossible Heat Question
What will be the temperature of the water when the system reaches equilibrium? 50 degrees C
Jeopardy Vocab Fill in the Blank Heat transfer Problems Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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Vocab Heat Transfer Phase.
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Transferring Thermal Energy Unit 1 Physical Science HS Credit Mrs. Rubel.
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Game Board Let’s Play Jeopardy Game Board Properties of Matter Jeopardy Go to the next slide by clicking mouse. Choose a category and number value clicking.
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Brownian Motion How does this prove that atoms exist?
Chapter 17 The Atmosphere: Structure and Temperature.
Place the 2 groups of objects below in order from coldest to hottest. 1. Cheese, popsicle, napkin 2.Bonfire, napkin, fried egg What do you think?
Round 2! Double Jeopardy Calorim- etry Energy Changes in Heat Vocab Thermo Fun FJ.
States of matter and thermodynamics. Solid Does not flow. Definite shape. Definite volume.
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The container on the left is cooler, the molecules move slower (have less kinetic energy) and exert a smaller pressure on the container walls compared.
Temperature å The temperature of an object determines the direction of heat transfer. u The average speed of the molecules åheat is transferred from object.
3.2 Thermal Properties. Objectives: State the basic definitions of calorimetry including: –Specific heat capacity –Latent heats of fusion and vaporization.
Temperature and thermal equilibrium Hot Cold. Thermometer.
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