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Thermal Energy

Conduction Radiation Convection

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THE TOTAL KINETIC (MOTION) ENERGY OF TINY PARTICLES THAT MAKE UP MATTER. FASTER PARTICLES = WARMER THERMAL ENERGY
TRANSFER OF THERMAL ENERGY THAT OCCURS IN SOLIDS, LIQUIDS AND GASES WHEN 2 DIFFERENT SUBSTANCES TOUCH. CONDUCTION
TRANSFER OF THERMAL ENERGY FROM ONE PLACE TO ANOTHER BY THE MOVEMENT OF FLUIDS. CONVECTION
THE TRANSFER OF ENERGY BY ELECTROMAGNETIC RAYS, MAY OCCUR IN EMPTY SPACE. RADIATION
ENERGY TRANSFERRED BETWEEN TWO OBJECTS OF DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES, MOVES FROM WARM TO COOL. HEAT
A CYCLICAL MOTION OCCURS BECAUSE THE DENSITY OF A FLUID IS RELATED TO ITS TEMPERATURE. CONVECTION CURRENT
ENERG Y CAN NEITHER BE CREATED OF DESTROYED, ENERGY JUST CHANGES FORM. LAW OF CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
AVERAGE KINETIC ENERGY OF ALL THE PARTICLES IN A MATERIAL, MEASURED BY A THERMOMETER. TEMPERATURE
Created by: angelabaker