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Created by a Swedish astronomer; the temperature scale in which represents water freezing at 0 degrees and 100 degrees as the boiling point.
1. Fahrenheit
3. Convection
4. Celsius
The movement of energy from warmer places and objects to cooler ones.
1. Cool
2. Heat
3. Warm
4. Mass
This is a material that does NOT allow heat to pass.
1. thermal energy
2. insulator
3. conductor
4. conduction
A heater in a fish tank is an example of                 energy
1. conduction
2. convection
A material that lets heat pass through it easily.
1. Insulator
2. Conductor
3. Fossil fuel
4. Heat
The transfer of thermal energy by particles of a liquid or a gas moving from one place to another.
1. Convection
2. Conduction
3. Kinetic energy
4. Heat
The transfer of thermal energy caused by particles of matter bumping into each other.
1. Convection
2. Conduction
3. Heat
4. Thermal energy
A measure of the average energy of motion of the particles of matter.
1. Temperature
2. Conduction
3. Fuel
4. Heat
The energy of the random motion of particles in matter.
1. Thermal energy
2. Kinetic energy
3. Solar energy
4. Conduction
The bundles of energy that move through matter and through empty space.
1. Conduction
2. Convection
4. Solar energy
The transfer of thermal energy from piece of matter to another.
1. Conduction
2. Heat
3. Convection
4. Energy
A material that heat cannot pass through.
1. Conductor
2. Fuel
3. Energy
4. Insulator
A material that can burn to get energy.
1. Energy
2. Conduction
3. Fuel
4. Insulator
is the type of thermal energy transfer that occurs when the you place a cooler object on a heat source to warm the cooler object up.
1. convection
2. conduction
Created by a German physicist; the temperature scale that registers the freezing point of water as 32 degrees and boiling point as 212 degrees.
1. Celsius
2. Fahrenheit
4. Convection
Fahrenheit and Celsius are two                         .
1. temperature scales
2. layers of the atmosphere
3. kinds of clouds
4. isobars
Explain the difference between conduction, convection, and radiation. Provide an example of each type in your answer.
Energy from the sun reaches earth by                .
1. friction
2. convection
3. reflection