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Temperature Vs. Heat

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Matthew Viggiano

on 16 October 2014

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Transcript of Temperature Vs. Heat

Temperature Vs. Heat
5. Thermometers work because liquids
expand
when they are heated and
contract
when they are cooled.

6. Measurements on a thermometer were based off of the freezing and boiling points of water.
9. The movement of thermal energy is known as
heat
.

10. Heat ALWAYS moves or flows from
hotter
areas or objects (more energy) to
cooler
areas or objects (less energy).

Hot --> Cold
1. All substances are made up of particles that move. Moving particles have energy. Energy of motion is called
kinetic
energy.
2. The total energy of motion in the particles of a substance is called
thermal energy
.

3.
Temperature
is the average amount of energy of motion in each particle of a substance. (how hot or cold something is)
7. The freezing point of water is
0
degrees Celsius or
32
degrees Fahrenheit.


8. The boiling point of water is
100
degrees Celsius or
212
degrees Fahrenheit.
4. The faster particles move, the
hotter
they are and the
higher
their temperature.
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