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Chapter 10

Science Study Guide

Freezing Changing from a liquid to a solid.
Evaporation Changing liquid to gas.
Energy The ability to move matter.
Kinetic Energy Energy in a moving object.
Potential Energy Energy stored in a object.
Temperature Average kinetic energy of molecules which tells us how hot or cold something is.
Heat A form of energy that flows between two objects that have different temperatures.
Radiation Transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves.
Conduction Movement of energy through direct contact.
Convection Transfer of energy by flow of a liquid or gas.
Insulation Preventing heat from flowing in or out of a material.
Thermal Expansion Matter expands when the temperature is raised.
Pressure The force on each unit of area of a surface.
Melting Changing a solid to a liquid.
Condensation Changing from a gas to liquid.
Forms of Energy Solar, wind, geothermal, nuclear, and hydroelectric.
Solar Cell Captures sunlight to make energy.
Hydroelectricity Energy from falling water.
Geothermal Energy Energy from heat within the Earth.
Nuclear Energy Energy from atoms colliding or being split apart.
Wind Energy Energy collected from big turbines standing tall.
Created by: 17frichardson