Describe the difference b/t temp. and heat
Temp:Measures amount of kinetic energy. how much particles are moving.
Heat: The transfer of energy to one place to another.
Describe how temp. depends on k.e
Temp. is the averge amount of k.e, if there was no k.e there would be no temp. the amount of k.e goes up, temp. increases.
What tools and units are used to measure tempature?
Theremometer...Farenhiet....Celsius... Calvin for extreemmee temps.
how do changes in temp. affect matter?
Temp. affects particles which effect the state of matter. take energy away, particles move slower--->freeze. You give energy, particles move faster---> melt.
Describe what thermal expansion is and how it happens.
Thermal expansion is... as something gets warmer it expands. as a subtance expands particles are moving faster and need room to expandd.
Explain the units used to measure heat. And how big it is.
Calorie:amount of energy to raise one gram of water by 1 degree celsius.
Joule: 1 calorie=1.48 joules.
What is S.H(specific heat), and why do some subtances change temp. more easily than others.
a-amount of energy to raise the temp...(amount of energy to raise 1 gram of water by 1 degree celsius.
b-a substance with a high specfic heat value like water.. not onlly has to absorb a large quantity of energy for its temp. to decrease.
low s.h--> heats up faster.
Pan has low s.h so it heats up faster with water in it that has a high specific heat.
compare and contrast three ways energy is transferd through heat.
Convection-movement that transfers particles.
radiation-transfers throught e.m waves.
Conduction and convection are only too that move through space.
describe how matierals can be used to control the transfer of heat energy.
Conductor= allows heat to transfer energy--low s.h.
Insulator-reduces the transfer of heat.--high s.h
Compare and contrast the 4 layers of the earth, include where they are, what their made of, and how big they are.
innercore-closest to the middle..9000celsius...1300km...made of SOLID iron and nickel.(solid cause of pressure.)
Outer core-9000celsius...2220km...made of LIQUID iron and nickel.
Mantel-4000celsius...2800km...made of molten rock.
Crust-were we live and where life is.
Describe in detail how the crust moves.
convection currents in mantel. alllllwayyys moving. moves by magma in mantel, which moves the plates, which move the crust.
Compare and contrast the three types of boundries at the edge of the plates. and where they happend.
convergant----><----- plates that hit eachother.creates fold. example utah(rockey mountains.)
Divergant=<----- -----> move away. creates mid-ocean ridge. example(b/t north. amer. and african plate.)
Transform:------>. move past eachother. example cali. --
<------ sandandreas fault
Name and decribe two ways in which volcanoes are formed.
Subduction zones- one plate goes underneath froms magma chamber.
Hotspots- magma underneath crust..burns crust..magma freezes.
Compare and contrast 3 types of volcanoes.
-Cindercone-Steepest,looks like a cone-2nd destructive.
-shield-looks like a shield.lava just pourrs out-least destructive.
-composite-flat at bottom and tall at top.-most destructive.
all produced by pressure build ip in the mantle and change shape of the earth.;
describe how earth quakes are measured; what scale is used and what instruments are used.
sizmograph--measured by a richter scale.
<--1--2--3--4--5--6---7--8--9--10--> use exponents. 1 to two--10x bigger.
explain the theroy of continetal drift and why scientist belive in this happening.
Becuase at 1st the continents fit togather, and slowley drifted apart. why? because the plates are moving and the mantle is moving and the continents are attached to the plates.
what is the earths lithosphere
the crust and upper portion of the mantle
a zone where oceanic crust dives beneath crust is...
Connvection currents rise in the air because cool air decends and hot air rises.
which method of energ transfers energy doesnt involve movement of matter
which substance is best conductor of transfer energy as heat
earth quake occur mostly at...
breakage of rock at a fault line releases..
transfer of fluids and gases
waves that cause the most damage are...
To figure of the magnaitude of a earth quake you the __________ scale
what happened in the ring of fire?
magma rose from subduction.
Volcanos like the 'hawaiin island' form by..
magma through crust..hot spots.
violent shaking during a earthquakes occurs at the....
example; a lizard is laying out on a warm rock in the sun. its body is warmed by both....
radiation and conduction
the conetinetal crust is thickest beneath...
oceanic crust is thinner and more dense than the..
movement of the ocean floor on either side of a mid-ocean ridge is called...
sea floor spreading.
hot liquid rock isss..