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True or false? Can you write true on one side of the piece of paper and false on the other? FALSE! TRUE!
P4, P5 and P6 Particles, heat and heat transfer Are you ready for the exam? Here are a fewTrue or false questions to see if you are. Hold up the true or false posters you just made.
True or false? Heat energy is measured in °C
True or false? Heat energy is measured in °C FALSE!
True or false? Particles in a gas move at constant speed
True or false? Particles in a gas move at constant speed FALSE!
True or false? Energy = mass x SHC x temp rise
True or false? Energy = mass x SHC x temp rise TRUE!
True or false? Volcanoes are examples of convection currents
True or false? Volcanoes are examples of convection currents TRUE!
True or false? Energy needed to melt a solid = mass x specific latent heat of fusion.
True or false? Energy needed to melt a solid = mass x specific latent heat of fusion. TRUE!
True or false? Heat travels through space by ultraviolet radiation
True or false? Heat travels through space by ultraviolet radiation FALSE!
True or false? Infrared radiation is an invisible form of light
True or false? Infrared radiation is an invisible form of light TRUE!
True or false? For a fixed mass of gas at constant temperature, the volume is proportional to the pressure
True or false? For a fixed mass of gas at constant temperature, the volume is proportional to the pressure FALSE!
True or false? Particles in a solid, liquid or gas are all the same size (for the same substance)
True or false? Particles in a solid, liquid or gas are all the same size (for the same substance) TRUE!
True or false? Interstellar space is a vacuum
True or false? Interstellar space is a vacuum TRUE!
True or false? Specific heat capacity = Energy/(mass x temp rise)
True or false? Specific heat capacity = Energy/(mass x temp rise) TRUE!
True or false? The total amount of energy in the Universe stays the same
True or false? The total amount of energy in the Universe stays the same TRUE!
True or false? The first time a referee used a whistle was during a game at the City Ground, Nottingham, in 1878
True or false? The first time a referee used a whistle was during a game at the City Ground, Nottingham, in 1878 TRUE!
Conduction The transfer of energy as heat between particles collide within a substance or between two objects in contact Two objects of unequal temperature.
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Thermodynamics. Temperature Particles Pressure, volume and temperature Energy and Power Heat transfer Measuring Temperature Specific heat capacity Latent.
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Heat Transfer & Phases Intro Chapter. Is the ability to do work and cause a change. Can be transferred. –Gases and liquids are made of molecules that.
Solids Liquids Gases Plasma Melting Boiling Freezing Heat of fusion Specific heat Temperature Heat Heating curve Heat of vaporization.
Heat and Energy Chapter 3 section 2 Key Concept: Heat flows in a predictable way from warmer objects to cooler objects until all the objects are the same.
WEEK20 PHYSICAL SCIENCE VOCABULARY. 1) THERMAL ENERGY Total amount of energy in all of the particles contained in a sample of matter.
Heating Curves and Energy. Which of the following measures the average kinetic energy of a sample? 1.Mass 2.Volume 3.Specific heat 4.Temperature 5.Heat.
The First Law of Thermodynamics The Law of Conservation of Energy.
Vocabulary Set #1. Condensation the process of changing from a gas to a liquid.
Lesson 7: Just A Phase Key Terms. Solid A solid has definite volume and definite shape. The particles in a solid are closely packed and vibrate in relation.
Physics definitions. Acceleration Is the rate of change in velocity of an object divided by the time taken for the change. It is measured in ms-2.
Energy Notes. ENERGY - the ability to do work or cause change ** You can think of work as the transfer of energy ** The two general kinds of energy: Kinetic.
@earthscience92. What is Energy? Energy – Is the ability to cause change – Many forms of energy – Two general forms of energy are Kinetic energy Potential.
KE Increases Particle speed increases. PE Increases Separation between particles increases.
IGCSE Coordinate Science 1 Thermal Energy P5, P6, C6 Key Notes.
Heating/Cooling Curve & Energy Calculations. Which of the following measures the average kinetic energy of a sample? 1.Mass 2.Volume 3.Specific heat 4.Temperature.
Thermal Physics IGCSE Revision Lectures 1.The Kinetic Model of Matter 2.Heat versus Temperature 3.Measuring Temperature 4.Heat Processes 5.Heat Capacity.
Matter anything that has mass and volume Mass – quantity of matter that a substance or object contains. More matter, more mass. Volume – amount of space.
Aim: How to measure energy absorbed during a phase change DO NOW: 1. A g piece of iron absorbs joules of heat energy, and its temperature.
Thermal Energy and Heat Capacity SPH 3U1 December 1, 2010.
Chapter 9 Heat. Temperature and Thermal Equilibrium Defining Heat Changes in Temperature and Phase.
TP Be able to Define thermal capacity. Explain the significance of high and low specific capacities.
The measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles in an object Kinetic Energy=speed of molecules The higher the kinetic energy the higher the.
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 7g - Particles1 Particles.
Heat. Heat Energy: Heat is thermal energy transferred from one object to another. Do not confuse heat and temperature! There are three mechanisms of heat.
P3 Matter and Forces Are you ready for the test next lesson? Here are a few True or false questions to see if you are. Hold up the true or false posters.
Methods of Energy Transfer The transfer of heat energy from a hot object can occur in three ways: Conduction is the transfer of energy as heat through.
Heat as energy Heat is energy transferred from one object to another because of a difference in temperature Heat naturally flows from high temperature.
Plasma. Solid A solid is matter that has a definite shape and volume. Particles in a solid are packed closely together. Particles vibrate in place,
Key Terms Conduction, Convection, Radiation True/ False Atmosphere
Chapter 14.2 – Energy Transfer heat energy can be transferred three ways 1.conduction 2.convection 3.radiation thermal conduction – the transfer of energy.
Phase Changes What did one water molecule say to another water molecule about vapor? Don’t worry it’s just a phase he’ll cool down.
Thermal Energy and Heat Ch 13 in our textbook. Thermal energy and heat Heat is energy flowing between 2 objects because there is a difference in temperature.
< BackNext >PreviewMain Section 1 Temperature What Is Temperature? Temperature is a measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles in an object.
4.3 SPECIFIC LATENT HEAT. HEAT SPECIFIC HEAT CAPACITY LATENT HEAT SOLID LIQUIDS GAS TEMPERATURE THERMA EQUILIBRIUM.
Energy Budget The amount of energy arriving at the Earth and leaving the Earth must be in balance. If more energy arrives than leaves, the Earth will warm.
Chapter 2 Section 1 The sun provides nearly all of the energy which powers the atmosphere. That energy comes to us in the form of electromagnetic.
PHYSICS – Thermal properties and temperature (2)..
Thermal Capacity Specific Heat Capacity Melting & Boiling Condensation & Solidification.
Heat transfer. Why does heat transfer happen? Heat is a type of energy called thermal energy. Heat can be transferred (moved) by three main processes:
Do Now: Based on the notes from last week, what is the difference between temperature and heat?
Heat Part 2. Heat Phase change - the process of a substance changing from a solid, liquid, or gas to a solid, liquid, or gas Examples include: melting,
The measure of the average kinetic energy of particles. Temperature doesn’t depend on the number of particles.
Chemical Interactions Vocabulary. Investigation #4 Kinetic Energy.
Thermodynamics. Thermodynamics – The study of heat transformation. Temperature – A measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles in an object.average.
Heat Energy. Heat is energy caused by the internal motion of molecules of matter Heat is energy caused by the internal motion of molecules of matter Heat.
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