# 8th Grade--Heat And Thermal Energy 1: Question Preview (ID: 24719)

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The more particles an object has at a given temperature the more of this it has
a) heat
b) temperature
c) thermal energy
d) thermal equilibrium

The total energy of all the particles in an object is the
a) heat
b) thermal energy
c) temperature
d) thermal equilibrium

SI unit for heat is
a) Joules
b) Celsius
c) Fahrenheit
d) Kelvin

Even though the temperature of a teacup full of water and a bathtub full of water has the same temperature the bathtub has more thermal energy because it has more of this
a) mass
b) gravity
c) density
d) convection currents

Heat is
a) the movement of thermal energy from a warmer object to a cooler object
b) the average kinetic energy in an object
c) how hot something is
d) oppressive

The temperature at which molecules STOP moving and no energy can be removed from any objects is called
a) the freezing point
b) the boiling point
c) absolute zero
d) the point of no return

Temperature is the
a) the measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles in an object
b) how hot or cold something is from a given reference point
c) measurement of the speed of the molecules
d) all the answers are correct

The boiling point of water is
a) 100˚C
b) 212˚C
c) 100˚F
d) 2000˚C

The amount of energy required to raise the temperature of 1 g of water 1˚C is the
a) heat
b) specific heat
c) temperature
d) freezing point

The handle of a spoon in bowl of hot soup to become warm due to this type of heat transfer
a) Convection