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Phys. Science Ch. 9

Physical Science Ch. 9

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Heat flows from ____ to ____ Heat flows from HOT to COLD
TE=KE+PE Thermal Energy=Kinetic Energy+ Potential Energy
Thermal energy can only be measured when it is ____ from one system to another transferred
You can measure the change in thermal energy by ____ measuring the change in the temperature
when you gain KE you ____ your TE and your temperature increase
Transferring particle KE, the motion is called ____ or ____ heating or cooling
Most thermometers work through ____ contact direct
The Fahrenheit scale is used on thermometers in the ____ US
The Fahrenheit scale was created by ____ Gabriel Fahrenheit
The Fahrenheit scale was invented in ____ 1714
____ devised a decimal temperature scale in ____ Anders Celsius / 1742
the freezing point of water is ____ 273k
The advantage of the kelvin scale is there is no ____ values negative
Celsius = ______ Celsius = 5/9 (Fahrenheit - 32)
Fahrenheit = ______ Fahrenheit = 9/5 Celsius + 32 <<< look, theirs no parenthesis
the quantity of thermal energy that flows from one place to another is ____ heat
Conduction is ____ when two objects of different temperatures touch
all materials conduct ____ energy thermal
Convection is ____ TE carried from one location to another
Heat capacity is found in ____ J / degrees Celsius
The unit for specific heat is ____ J / (g degrees C)
Freezing= changes from liquid to solid
Melting= changes from solid to liquid
Condensation= changes from gas to liquid
Vaporization= changes from liquid to gas
Sublimation= changes from solid to gas without passing through intermediate state of a liquid
Deposition= changes from gas to solid without passing through intermediate state of a liquid
Created by: amandakay28