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Heat Transfer 6th g

convection, conduction, radiation

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What is the transfer of heat by direct contact between particles Conduction
A metal spoon gets hot in a boiling pot of water Example of Conduction
Ice cube melts in hand Example of Conduction
the transfer of heat in liquids and gasses through currents Convection
Air is warmer at the ceiling than the floor Example of Convection
Water in a heated pot begins to boil Example of Convection
Transfer of heat by electromagentic waves Radiation
toes are warmed in front of a space heater Example of Radiation
Slices of bread turn brown in a toaster Example of Radiation
A cheek is burned by a hot curling iron Example of Conduction
cool air sinks to the ground on a warm night Example of Convection
a marshmellow turns brown when held over hot coals Example of Radiation
what is the only place that supports life Earth
what is the source of all energy in the atmosphere the sun
what is the order of when the earth receives energy from the sun 1, it receives energy from the atmosphere, 2, some energy is reflected back into space, 3, some is reflected by land and water
what are 3 types of heat transfer conduction, convection. radiation
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