5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- example of low specific heat
- Boiling point of water in °F
- Melting point of water in K
- Which temperature scale can be used for calculations in science?
- a 212°F
- b 273K
- c metal
- d Kelvins
- e the direct transfer of heat from one solid to another solid that it is touching
5 Multiple choice questions
- difficult to change the temperature
- How hard it is to change the temperature of something.
- must convert to Celsius first, THEN to Kelvin
- sun, heat lamp, microwave
5 True/False questions
example of high specific heat → water
Heat → the TOTAL kinetic energy of an object's particles due to non-directional motion at the atomic level
low specific heat → How hard it is to change the temperature of something.
Radiation → the direct transfer of heat from one solid to another solid that it is touching
Boiling point of water in K → 373K