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Heat transfer

Three methods of heat transfer Conduction Convection Radiation
Conduction Transfer of heat through a solid
Transfer of heat through a liquid or gas Convection
Transfer of heat without the use of a medium Radiation
The method of heat transfer by which heat from the sun reaches the planet Radiation
The method of heat transfer by which a metal spoon gets hot Conduction
A change in state without a change in temperature is called Latent heat
On heating solid, liquids and gases Expand
On cooling solids, liquids and gases Contract
Ball and ring is used to show Solids expand on heating and contract on cooling
Why does the water rise up the glass tubing when the air in round bottom flask cools Vacuum is present in round bottom flask
When you increase the pressure what does it do to the boiling point of water Increases it
When you decrease the pressure what does it do to the boiling point of water Decreases it
Heat Form of energy
This metal is the best conductor of heat Copper
Which surface the dull surface or shiny surface is a better radiator of heat Dull surface
The two metals that make up a bimetallic strip Copper and iron
Why does the Bimetallic strip bend The copper expands more than the iron
The temperature at which water has its maximum density 4
The temperature at which water boils 100
The temperature at which water freezes 0
Created by: scienceatkcc
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