Science 7 - Heat & Temperature
These are your vocabulary terms for science 7, unit 3, heat & temperature.
a device used to measure temperature
particle model of matter
The idea that everything is made up of small parts that you cannot see.
Often referred to as the ability to do work.
The most common scale for measuring temperature.
The total kinetic energy of a substance, due to movement of the particles.
How hot something is. A measure of how fast the particles are moving
A scale for measuring temperature in scientific experiments. None of it's values are negative.
It does not start with a "F". This is a change of states from solid to liquid.
means the same thing as solidification. This is a change of states of matter.
The change of state from a gas to a liquid.
changing from the state of a liquid to a solid. This is the same as freezing.
The changing from a solid to a gas or a gas to a solid. It can be either change of state.
This is the change of state from a liquid to a gas. It does not start with an "E"
This is the change of state from a liquid to a gas. It does not start with a "B"
means the same thing as melting. This is a change of states from solid to liquid.
The transfer of energy. It travels in the form of an electomagnetic wave.
The movement of thermal energy or heat from one particle or object to another through collisions.
Stuff that slow the transfer of thermal energy or heat from one object to another.
A type of matter that takes the shape of its container, lacks a definite shape and can flow.
The circular movement from the rising of warm materials and the sinking of cooler materials.
Energy generated in the interior of Earth
energy conservation where waste heat from one industry is used by another industry
A scale for measuring temperature in the United States and a few other countries
the expanding of matter due to particles moving farther apart when heated
the shrinking of matter due to particles moving closer together when cooling
Energy from the interior of the Earth, using it's heat to create energy
Passive Solar Heating
Using materials to absorb and store solar energy
Active Solar Heating
Using mechanical devices to collect and distribute thermal energy.