Unit 2; Energy
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law of conservation of energy
energy can NOT be created or destroyed, but it can change form.
state of matter with highest kinetic energy.
average kinetic energy
state of matter with strongest inter-molecular forces
force of attraction between particles/molecules of a substance (holds it close together)
energy must be used to break or weaken inter molecular forces in order to...
if there is change in temperature, this means there is really a change in....
ionized gas (a high energy base with charged particles)
most common state of matter
stars, auroras, flames, and lightning are all plasma, so you could say that plasma is the...
kinetic molecular theory
states that all matter is in constant motion from vibrating solids to random and free gases
transfer of heat through a solid from atom to neighboring atom "assembly line of heat"
transfer of heat through a fluid via a current formed by heat rising and cold falling
liquid or gas
heat transfer in forms of waves
radiation is the only method heat can transfer through/across a ....
flow of a fluid produced by hot, low density fluid raising/floating and cold, more dense fluid falling/sinking
the amount of heat that must be added to change the temp of a 1g sample by 10°C
law of conservation of mass
matter can NOT be created or destroyed but it CAN change form
phase change liquid to solid
phase change solid to liquid
phase change from liquid to gas
phase change gas to liquid
phase change from solid to gas
low specific heat
changes temperature quickly, it can absorb and release heat fast
high specific heat
changes temperature quickly, it will absorb and release heat slowly
desublimation or deposition
phase change from gas to solid
specific heat formula
unit for specific heat
change in temperature
energy or heat in Joules (J)
another word or phrase for specific heat
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