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Questions from thermal energy section

QuestionAnswer
The thermal energy that flows from something of higher temperature to something of lower temperature is called ____________. heat
What measures the average kinetic energy of all the particles in an object? temperature
The total energy of the particles in a material is called thermal energy
If the particles move more slowly the objects temperature ___________. decreases
When an object increases in temperature it ___________ thermal energy. gains
Thermal energy INCREASES OR DECREASES as temperature increases. increases
Thermal energy INCREASES OR DECREASES as temperature decreases. decreases
The amount of heat needed to raise the temperature of 1g of a material by 1 C is called specific heat
When heat flows INTO OR OUT OF an object its temperature rises INTO
When heat flows INTO OR OUT OF an object its temperature decreases. OUT OF
What temperature scale is used in the science classroom? Celsius
What temperature scale do we use in the United States when to forecast weather? Fahrenheit
What temperature scale do scientists use? Kelvin
Which contains more thermal energy, a 500 g of water at 50 C or 500g of water at 25 C? 500 g of water at 50 C
Which con taints more thermal energy, 200 g of water at 50 C or 500 g of water at 50 C? They have the same thermal energy
Which has more kinetic energy, 500 g of water at 25 C or 500 g of water at 50 C? 500 g of water at 50 C
Created by: JKSW2014