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6th Energy Test #1

6th Energy Test #1: PE/KE and Thermal Energy

QuestionAnswer
If an object's particles are moving very fast, does the object have more or less thermal energy? more
If an object's particles are moving very slow, does the object have more or less thermal energy? less
If an object's particles are really close together, is the object most likely hot or cold? cold
If an object's particles are really far apart, is the object most likely hot or cold? hot
What is another name for stored energy? potential energy
Which has more PE...objects that are high or objects that are low? high
Energy that is due to an object's location or position potential energy
What is the energy of motion? kinetic energy
Which objects have more kinetic eneryg...objects that are moving or objects that are stopped? moving
When does a falling object have the most kinetic energy? Right before it hits the ground
Which object has more kinetic energy...a fast or slow object? fast
What unit do we use to measure temperature in science? Celcius
What is the measure of heat energy? temperature
Energy cannot be created or ___________. destroyed
Energy can only be __________ from one form of energy to another form. transformed
According to the Law of Conservation of Energy, the amount of energy always stays the _______. same
What is freezing on the Celcius scale? 0
What is boiling on the Celcius scale? 100
Do the words heat and temperature mean the same thing? No
Are the atoms in solids, liquids, and gasses always moving? yes
Do the words heat and thermal energy mean the same thing? yes
does heat travel from hot to cold or cold to hot hot to cold
what is the average kinetic energy of all the molecules in a substance thermal energy
what type of heat transfer occurs in liquids or gasses convection
what type of heat transfer doesn't need atoms to transfer heat? radiation
What type of heat transfer involved molecules touching each other to pass heat along? conduction
What type of heat transfer occurs in a circular pattern? convection
What type of heat transfer occurs when waves travel in straight lines? radiation
which type of materials let heat pass through easily conductors
which type of materials do not let heat pass through easily insulators
Created by: Cabrini