8th Grade--Heat And Thermal Energy 2: Question Preview (ID: 24720)


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The direction in which heat transfer occurs
a) cold to hot b) hot to cold c) north to south d) east to west
This process causes heated air to move from a baseboard heater to the rest of a room
a) Conduction b) Convection c) Radiation d) Plasmation
This process causes heat to be transferred from one particle of matter to another without the movement of matter itself
a) Conduction b) Convection c) Radiation d) Plasmation
Transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves through space
a) Convection b) Conduction c) Radiation d) Plasmation
there is no longer an exchange of heat because the temperatures of the substances that are touching are in this
a) thermal equilibrium b) thermal energy c) specific heat d) heat energy
This is a class of material that conducts heat poorly
a) thermal conductor b) thermal plasmator c) thermal insulator d) thermal enginator
Instrument used to measure the changes in thermal energy
a) thermometer b) calorimeter c) plasma probe d) kelvinator
The sand heats up of faster than water because it has this
a) higher specific heat b) lower specific heat c) no thermal energy d) thermal equilibrium
Process by which the sun transfers heat to the Earth
a) Conduction b) Convection c) Radiation d) Plasmation
On this scale water boils at 212˚
a) Celsius b) Kelvin c) Fahrenheit d) Bose Einstein
Joints in train tracks are designed to allow for this to happen in hot weather
a) thermal expansion b) contraction c) thermal equilibrium d) thermal energy
Trapped air is considered a poor conductor because it reduces this
a) Thermal energy b) Heat c) Heat Transfer d) Thermal equilibrium
This happens when most substances are cooled
a) expansion b) contraction c) melting d) increased kinetic energy
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