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Science Unit 4

Key Concepts

QuestionAnswer
What happens to the temperature of an object what heat is added? The temperature increases.
What happens when heat is added to an object? The amount of thermal energy the particles have increases.
What happens when heat is removed from an object? The amount of thermal energy the particles have decreases.
When a hot object is placed in a cool liquid what happens to the temperature of the object? The object will lose heat and its temperature will decrease.
When a hot object is placed in a cool liquid what happens to the temperature of the liquid? The liquid will gain heat and its temperature will increase.
A cold metal spoon is placed into a pot of hot water. What will happen to the temperature of the objects? The objects will eventually have the same temperature.
Created by: Ms. Leichling