|What are the 3 ways heat can move? Hint: Cond, Conv, Radi
||Heat is transferred by conduction, convection, and radiation.
|What is conduction?
||Conduction is when heat is transferred from one particle of matter to another without movement of matter itself. A metal spoon in hot water.
|What is Convection?
||A pot of water on a stove, the water moves. Convection is the movement that transfer heat within water. Water moves or water currents. Convection Currents.
|What are Convection Currents?
||They are the movement of water in circles while heating the water. Boiling water.
|What is Radiation?
||Heat transferred by electromagnetic waves. Microwave popcorn or a heat lamp at a Buffett.
|Heat moves one way. Which way?
||Heat moves from a warmer object to a colder one.
|What is an insulator? Hint: Blanket.
||A material that doe snot conduct heat well or keeps you warm.
|What is a conductor? Hint cold feet on the cement
||A conductor is something that conducts heat. Metal, Tile, Cement,
|What is Specific Heat? Hint amount of energy required.
||Specific Heat is the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of a material by 1 degree.