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Thermal Energy

What are the 3 ways heat can move? Hint: Cond, Conv, Radi Heat is transferred by conduction, convection, and radiation.
What is conduction? Conduction is when heat is transferred from one particle of matter to another without movement of matter itself. A metal spoon in hot water.
What is Convection? A pot of water on a stove, the water moves. Convection is the movement that transfer heat within water. Water moves or water currents. Convection Currents.
What are Convection Currents? They are the movement of water in circles while heating the water. Boiling water.
What is Radiation? Heat transferred by electromagnetic waves. Microwave popcorn or a heat lamp at a Buffett.
Heat moves one way. Which way? Heat moves from a warmer object to a colder one.
What is an insulator? Hint: Blanket. A material that doe snot conduct heat well or keeps you warm.
What is a conductor? Hint cold feet on the cement A conductor is something that conducts heat. Metal, Tile, Cement,
What is Specific Heat? Hint amount of energy required. Specific Heat is the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of a material by 1 degree.
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