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EnergyEnergy and Heat HeatEnergy Calculations States of Matter
The ability to do work I-100 Answer.
I-200 That energy attributed to a particle in motion Answer.
I-300 The energy often referred to as stored energy Answer.
I-400 The unit of energy Answer.
I-500 The statement that energy is conserved in any reaction Answer.
II-100 A chemical reaction that absorbs energy and feels cold Answer.
II-200 A chemical reaction that releases energy Answer.
II-300 The constant used to calculate heat required to boil a substance Answer.
II-400 The unit that is used for measuring the amount of energy in food Answer.
II-500 The sum of total kinetic energy that is transferred between two objects Answer.
III-100 In the formula SH = q / (m x T), what SH stands for Answer.
III-200 When heat is absorbed Answer.
III-300 The amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one gram of substance one degree Celsius Answer.
III-400 The value in J/g˚C for the specific heat of water Answer.
III-500 When heat is released Answer.
IV-100 The amount of energy gained by 24 mL of water when the temperature of the water changes from 25˚C to 53˚C Answer.
IV-200 The specific heat of 248 grams of a metal which absorbs 2.9kJ of energy and undergoes a 35˚C change in temperature Answer.
IV-300 The amount of heat 190 grams of sodium absorbs as it melts at 98˚C Answer.
IV-400 The mass of a piece of copper at 86˚C which is placed in 50g water at 16˚C, the final temperature of the metal and water is 24˚C Answer.
IV-500 The heat required to convert 10.0 grams of mercury at -139˚C to 39˚C Answer.
V-100 Not easily compressible and little free space between particles Answer.
V-200 The process by which a liquid becomes a solid Answer.
V-300 Retains a fixed volume and shape; rigid; particles locked into place Answer.
V-400 The process by which a gas becomes a liquid Answer.
V-500 Assumes the shape and volume of its container; Easily compressed Answer.
I-100 A What is energy? Game board
I-200 A What is kinetic energy? Game board
I-300 A What is potential energy? Game board
I-400 A What is an joule or calorie? Game board
I-500 A What is the law of conservation of energy? Game board
II-100 A What is endothermic? Game board
II-200 A What is exothermic? Game board
II-300 A What is the heat of vaporization? Game board
II-400 A What is Calories? Game board
II-500 A What is heat? Game board
III-100 A What is specific heat? Game board
III-200 A What causes a positive q value? Game board
III-300 A What is a specific heat? Game board
III-400 A What is a J/g˚C? Game board
III-500 A What causes a negative q value? Game board
IV-100 A What is 2811J? Game board
IV-200 A What is.334J/g˚C? Game board
IV-300 A What is 21470J? Game board
IV-400 A What is 70g? Game board
IV-500 A What is 310J? Game board
V-100 A What is a liquid? Game board
V-200 A What is freezing? Game board
V-300 A What is a solid? Game board
V-400 A What is condensing? Game board
V-500 A What is a gas? Game board
Round 2! Double Jeopardy Calorim- etry Energy Changes in Heat Vocab Thermo Fun FJ.
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Intro to Thermodynamics Mr Nelson – Energy Energy is the ability to do work or transfer heat. –Energy used to cause an object to move is called.
by Mildred $100 Heat Transfer Heat Properties of Water Temperature Diagrams & graphs $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400.
Thermodynamics Energy and Heat. Energy = the ability to do work or to produce heat – Kinetic energy: energy of motion – Potential energy: stored energy.
Thermochemistry The study of heat changes that occur during chemical reactions and physical changes of state.
Chemistry I Honors Chapter 17 Notes. Objective 1 Energy is the capacity for doing work or supplying heat. Every substance has a certain amount of energy.
1 Energy and States of Matter Energy. 2 Makes objects move. Makes things stop. Is needed to do work. Energy.
Basic Thermochemistry Courtesy of lab-initio.com.
Topic 20 Topic 20 Topic 20: Energy and Chemical Change Basic Concepts Additional Concepts Table of Contents Topic 20 Topic 20.
What is the melting point of this substance? 50˚C 100˚C The boiling point? Just to review before we start…
Friday 2/28 1. If the H of a reaction = J, is the reaction endothermic or exothermic? 2. If this reaction took place in water, what would happen.
E nergy a nd C hemical C hange. Definitions Energy is the ability to do work. Energy is conserved (Law of Conservation of Energy). Energy is made up of.
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Thermodynamics Chapters Thermodynamics- the study of heat and its transformation into mechanical energy. What is mechanical energy again? Energy.
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Matter and Temperature Chapters: 2,3 and 14. Standards SPS2. Students will explore the nature of matter, its classifications, and its system for naming.
Chapter 17 Energy. Energy u The ability to do work or cause a change u Work- using force to move something Symbol is w u Thermochemistry- studies energy.
Chapter 61 Principles of Reactivity: Energy and Chemical Reactions Chapter 6.
Thermochemistry AP Chem Ch. 6. Thermochemistry Thermochemistry – the study of heat changes that accompany chemical reactions and phase changes Universe.
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Slide 1 of 34 Chemistry © Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Slide 2 of 34 The Flow of Energy—Heat and Work The temperature of lava from a volcano.
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