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Ch 12 Lsn. 1 Heat

Study for test on heat

What always moves from warmer objects to cooler objects Heat
Heat is the random movement of what? molecules
Heat is the transfer of what between substances of different temperatures? energy
When something is heated, what changes? temperature
What is a material that transfers heat energy easily? conductor
What is responsible for bringing heat to our planet? radiation
What is happening when warm water rises in a lake and cold water descends? convection
What can be measured with a thermometer? temperature
What type of matter is the best conductor of heat? solids
A material that does not conduct heat well insulator
What moves heat between objects that are touching? conduction
The ability to move heat through a material conductivity
The vibration of these causes heat. molecules
Created by: litzk