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Phy. S. Chapter 9

by holly may

TermDefinition
Q heat transferred to a material
m mass
c specific heat value
(delta) t change in temperature
cold less kinetic energy
warm more kinetic energy
heat transfer goes from hot to cold
low movement = low temperature
high movement = high temperature
average kinetic energy temperature
thermal energy of a system sum of all kinetic energies of its partcales
heating or cooling transferring particle kinetic energy
viscosity measure of the resistance of liquids to flow
conduction two objects of different temperatures touch
convection thermal energy carried from one location to another by a fluid
heat capacity relationship between the amount of thermal energy and temperature change
radiation thermal energy that radiates from the source from the source outward
insulators materials that resist the flow of thermal energy
Created by: hollymay15