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Conduction, Convection and Radiation

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on 8 January 2014

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Transcript of Conduction, Convection and Radiation

Conduction, Convection and Radiation...
Some people like their marshmallows barely cooked. Convection is where you hold the marshmallow as far away from the fire as possible while still being able to cook it. The marshmallow will do different things. Sometimes it will get sticky and others it can get all wrinkled.
Radiation is where the marshmallow gets the right shade of golden brown. Radiation cooks both the inside and outside of the marshmallow. You will still have it by the fire but not in it and you still need to have it close enough to get the heat to turn it golden brown.
We all have a way of doing things so how do you prefer to roast a marshmallow? Do you like using Conduction,Convection or Radiation?
How do you like your marshmallows?
There are many ways you can like a marshmallow and three ways to make them just right for you. These three things are called Conduction,Convection and Radiation.
Conduction is when a marshmallow is burnt on the outside creating that kind of black shell. It may be burnt on the outside but the center will probably not be as melted as the outside.
Transmission of heat,energy ect.
Heat transfer by upward movement of a heated and less dense medium.
Energy transmitted as electromagnetic waves or moving particles.
The End!
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