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Heat Transfer Review

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How many kinds of heat transfer are there? 3
What is the definition of CONDUCTION? When heat transfers through direct contact of particles
What is the definition of CONVECTION? When heat is transferred through circulation of liquid & gases
What is the definition of RADIATION? When heat is transferred through waves
What kind of heat transfer happens when the sun is heating your body? Radiation
What kind of heat transfer happens when you burn your hand by touching a fire? Conduction
Near the ceiling of a room, the air is warmer. The warm air rises because it is_______________________. Less dense
In convection, heat is transferred through _________. Liquids & Gases
Transfer of thermal energy through "waves." Radiation
You are holding an ice cube in your bare hand, and it starts to melt. How might you explain what is happening? The heat energy from your hand is transferred to the ice through conduction.
The primary source of heating in Earth's atmosphere comes from _______. The Sun
The heat energy from a hot burner to a pot is transferred by ______________. Conduction
In a lava lamp, when the light bulb heats the wax, the wax rises. When the wax cools, it falls. This cycle of rising/falling is an example of: Convection
Johnny accidentally grabbed the handle of a pot. What type of heat transfer is this an example of? Conduction
What is the name of the Mars rover that landed on Feb 18? Perseverance
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