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What is CONVECTION?
a) Thermal energy is transferred from hot places to cold places. b) the branch of natural science concerned with heat and its relation to energy and work. c) The transfer of energy as electromagnetic waves. d) The movement of heat energy by molecules bumping into each other.
What is CONDUCTION?
a) The movement of heat energy by molecules bumping into each other. b) the branch of natural science concerned with heat and its relation to energy and work c) The transfer of energy as electromagnetic waves. d) Thermal energy is transferred from hot places to cold places.
What is RADIATION?
a) The transfer of energy as electromagnetic waves the movement of energy through empty space. b) the branch of natural science concerned with heat and its relation to energy and work c) The movement of heat energy by molecules bumping into each other. d) Thermal energy is transferred from hot places to cold places.
What is THERMODYNAMICS?
a) the branch of natural science concerned with heat and its relation to energy and work b) The transfer of energy as electromagnetic waves the movement of energy through empty space. c) Thermal energy is transferred from hot places to cold places. d) The movement of heat energy by molecules bumping into each other.
What is HEAT CONDUCTIVITY?
a) The rate at which heat flows through something. b) the branch of natural science concerned with heat and its relation to energy and work c) Cooler air sinking replacing warmer air. d) Warmer air rising to replace cooler air.
What is a CONVECTION CURRRENT?
a) Warmer air rising to replace cooler air and cooler air rising to replace warmer air. b) The rate at which heat flows through something. c) The movement of water in the ocean. d) the branch of natural science concerned with heat and its relation to energy and work
What is a MOLECULE?
a) The smallest part of a compound. b) The smallest part of radiant energy c) The smallest particle of light. d) The smallest part of an element.
What is an INSULATOR?
a) A material that does not conduct heat well or if at all. b) A material that holds heat. c) The transfer of energy through empty space. d) The movement of heat energy.
What is a PHOTON?
a) A tiny particle of light, the smallest quantity of radiant energy or radiation. b) The smallest part of a compound. c) A small part of an element. d) A material that does not conduct heat well.
What are two types of photons?
a) Infrared and light. b) Radiation and energy c) Proton and electron. d) Compound and element.
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