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100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 400 300 200 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 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 4.184 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
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.
Round 2! Double Jeopardy Calorim- etry Energy Changes in Heat Vocab Thermo Fun FJ.
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Let’s Play Jeopardy.
Temperature Definition Instrument Scales.
Energy and Chemical Reactions Energy is transferred during chemical and physical changes, most commonly in the form of heat.
Physical States of Matter
Energy and Temperature Scales Calculations and Conversions.
Matter & Energy Ch. 13. Solid Have a definite shape and volume Particles have strong attractive force, but still vibrate.
Aim: How to measure energy absorbed during a phase change
Energy is transferred ◦ Exothermic – heat is released Heat exits ◦ Endothermic – heat is required or absorbed by reaction Measure energy in Joules.
Ch. 11 Thermochemistry.
THERMODYNAMICS Courtesy of lab-initio.com. Definitions #1 Energy: The capacity to do work or produce heat Potential Energy: Energy due to position or.
Just What Is It How Can We Define Energy The capacity to do work Or the ability to cause a change to occur.
The Nature of Energy u Energy is the ability to do work or produce heat. u It exists in two basic forms, potential energy and kinetic energy.
Chapter 6 THERMOCHEMISTRY West Valley High School AP Chemistry Mr. Mata.
Unit 09 Thermochemistry.
Energy Kinetic energy = energy of motion. Energy Potential energy = stored energy 1. energy of position due to gravity.
States of Matter Solid Lowest energy/heat Molecules barely moving Definite, uniform shape Example: ice.
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