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6th Grade Science

Heat Transfer & Phase Changes

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What do you call the process of a material going from solid to liquid? Melting.
What do you call the process of a material going from liquid to gas? Evaporating.
What do you call the process of a material going from gas to liquid? Condensing (condensation is what is created).
What do you call the process of a material going from liquid to solid? Freezing.
Is energy lost or gained when a material goes from solid to liquid? Gained.
Is energy lost or gained when a material goes from liquid to gas? Gained.
Is energy lost or gained when a material goes from gas to liquid? Lost.
Is energy lost or gained when a material goes from liquid to solid? Lost.
How are conduction, convection and radiation similar? They all transfer heat.
How are conduction, convection and radiation different? Each has a different method of transferring heat.
Provide an example of conduction. Touching a hot pan.
Provide an example of convection. Hot air balloon rising as warm air beneath it rises.
Provide an example of radiation. Feeling warmth from sunlight.
Explain the difference between good conductors and poor conductors (insulators)? Good conductors, like metal, pass heat quickly and efficiently. Insulators, like styrofoam and wool, do not.
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