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What is heat? A form of energy
What happens to materials when they are heated? They expand
What is item is used to measure heat? A thermometer
Why does ice float on water? It floats because it is less dense
If you heat water about 4 degrees Celsius what will happen? It will expand
It you cool water below 4 degrees Celsius what will happen? It will expand
What have learned about water? Above 4 degrees it behaves like other liquids below 4 degrees it behaves oppositely to other liquids
What is latent heat? It causes a change in state and not a change in temperature
What is heat energy measured in? (J) Joules
What happens when you increase pressure in heat? You increase the boiling point
What is conduction? The passing of heat through a substance
What is convection? When heat travels through liquids and gases
Why does heat rise? Because warm air is lighter than cold air
Created by: Chimozukee