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When there is no KE left in an object.
a) thermal enegy
b) absolute zero
c) Calorie
d) cold

Specific Heat Capacity is . . . .
a) How much heat an object can hold before it starts on fire
b) The amount of heat transferred from one object to another
c) The amount of heat needed to removed before it can reach absolute zero
d) The amount of heat needed to raise the temperature of an object

The process of transfering heat by collisions between particles in a substance (specifically electrons)
a) conduction
b) thermal energy
c) radiation
d) convection

The average energy in an object.
a) Temperature
b) Calorie
c) Heat
d) Thermal Energy

The expansion of an object due to increased molecular motion in that substance
a) Thermal Energy
b) Thermal Expansion
c) Heat
d) Temperature

Transfer of heat through electromagneic waves
a) conduction
b) thermal enegy
c) radiation
d) convection

Which of these is NOT one of the 3 laws of thermodynamics?
a) heat transferred in an object = heat transferred out of another object
b) no system can reach absolute zero
c) temperature is the average energy in an object
d) heat never spontaneously flows from cold to hot

The total energy in an object
a) Temperature
b) Calorie
c) Thermal Energy
d) Heat

The transfer of heat through motion (specifically heat rises and cold sinks)
a) Conduction
b) Thermal Energy
c) Radiation
d) Convection

Which of the following is an example of radiation?
a) radio waves
b) light waves
c) microwaves
d) all of the above

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