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MacMillan F12.1

thermal energy that flows between objects due to a difference in temperature heat
heat moves from areas of __________ temperature to areas of __________ temperature high to low
a measurement of the average energy of particles in an object temperature
objects with a higher temperature have particles that are vibrating ________ than objects with a lower temperature faster
heat will continue to flow from one object to another until... the objects are the same temperature
temperature is often measured using a... thermometer
we use the word thermal when we are discussing ________ and ________ heat and temperature
the passing of heat through a material while the material itself stays in place; it occurs between objects that are touching conduction
the flow of thermal energy through a liquid or gas, caused by hot parts rising and cool parts sinking convection
earth's surface is warmed by ______ from the sun radiation
the transfer of energy through electromagnetic rays including light, x-rays, and radio waves radiation
the ability of a material to transfer heat thermal conductivity
a material that conducts heat easily conductor
a material that conducts heat poorly insulator
example of good conductor metal
example of good insulator wood
Materials with a ______ heat capacity hold heat. high
Materials with a ______ heat capacity change temperature quickly. low
Created by: marian5