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Temp, Thermal Energy

Use to help study for your quiz on Temperature, Thermal Energy, and Heat

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Heat The transfer of thermal energy from a warmer object to a cooler object
Temperature The measure of the average kinetic energy of the individual particles in an object.
Celsius The temperature scale that is used by the rest of the world.
Celsius Boiling Point 100 degrees
Fahrenheit Boiling Point 212 degrees
Two factors of Thermal energy 1. The temperature of the object 2. The number of particles
Absolute Zero at this point, the particles in an object have no kinetic energy.
Kelvin Scale This scale is used by scientist and has no negative numbers.
Thermal Energy will increase when.. there are more particles, so larger object will have more thermal energy.
Particle Speed Will increase when heat is increased.
Created by: samir.ezzelarb