5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Which temperature scale can be used for calculations in science?
- converting Fahrenheit to Kelvin
- Why do we have the Kelvin scale?
- specific heat
- Heat flow
- a must convert to Celsius first, THEN to Kelvin
- b How hard it is to change the temperature of something.
- c always goes from hot to cold
- d 1) Absolute zero is zero
2) There are no negative temperatures
- e Kelvins
5 Multiple choice questions
- sun, heat lamp
- stovetop, seat-warmer
- the transfer of heat by the circulation or movement of a liquid or gas
- the transfer of heat by rays or waves
5 True/False questions
Melting point of water in K → 273K
Absolute Zero → the temperature at which particles stop moving entirely (impossible to actually reach)
Boiling point of water in °F → 212°F
Boiling point of water in °C → 212°F
Boiling point of water in K → 100°C