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ES - 6 - Heat Transfer and Temperature

Quiz by Benjamin D Morgan

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30 questions
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  • Q1
    What heat transfer occurs at A? (it is not showing light waves)
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    Conduction
    Convection
    Radiation
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  • Q2
    Heat transfers from
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    Hot to cold
    Cold to hot
    All choices
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  • Q3
    Heat transfer at letter B how?
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    Radiation
    Convection
    Conduction
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  • Q4
    Heat transfers at letter C through (these are light waves)
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    Radiation
    Conduction
    Convection
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  • Q5
    Heat transfers as convection at letter A (this is air...not light waves shown) due to...
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    Light waves from the fire are emitted and then strikes the hands
    Hot items are less dense and rise
    Direct contact
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  • Q6
    Heat transfers at location B due to conduction. How..
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    Direct contact between the atoms within the substance
    Hot items rise due to being less dense
    Light waves from the fire are emitted and then strikes the hands
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  • Q7
    Heat transfers at letter C how (these are light waves at C)
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    Hot air/liquid is less dense so it rises
    Light waves from the fire are emitted and then strikes the hands
    Direct contact from atom-to-atom within the substance
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  • Q8
    Hot materials are
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    More dense
    Less dense
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  • Q9
    Which is true?
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    Hot items are less dense and have particles that move faster
    Hot items are more dense and have particles that move slower
    Hot items are more dense and have particles that move faster
    Hot items are less dense and have particles that move slower
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  • Q10
    Which is true?
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    Cold items have particles that are farther apart and have a high density
    Cold items are more closely packed together and have a high density
    Cold items have particles that are farther apart and have a low density
    Cold items are more closely packed together and have a low density
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  • Q11
    True or False: Heat can transfer from cold objects to warm objects
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    True
    False
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  • Q12
    True or False: Heat can transfer between two objects of the same temperature
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    True
    False
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  • Q13
    This test tube in this system is heated MOSTLY by...
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    Convection
    Conduction
    Radiation
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  • Q14
    What change to the system would cause the test tube to be heated MOSTLY through convection?
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    Put the test tube lower into the flame
    Raise the test tube above the flame
    Move the test tube to the left or right of the flame
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  • Q15
    Heat flows along the metal poker how?
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    From the hand to the metal poker forever
    From the hand to the metal poker until they are the same temperature
    From the metal poker to the hand until they are the same temperature
    From the metal poker to the hand forever
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  • Q16
    Which explains how thermal energy transfers between the fire and the pot?
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    Energy is transferred by hotter (less dense) particles rising and mixing with cooler (more dense) particles which then fall and mix
    Energy is transferred when light energy (waves) strikes an object causing it's particles to move faster
    Energy is transferred by direct contact from a warmer object to a cooler object
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  • Q17
    Which explain how thermal energy transfers in the water (inside the pot)?
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    Energy is transferred by hotter (less dense) particles rising and mixing with cooler (more dense) particles which then fall and mix
    Energy is transferred when light energy (waves) strikes an object causing it's particles to move faster
    Energy is transferred by direct contact from a warmer object to a cooler object
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  • Q18
    Which explains how thermal energy is transferred from the pot to the hand?
    Energy is transferred by direct contact from a warmer object to a cooler object
    Energy is transferred by hotter (less dense) particles rising and mixing with cooler (more dense) particles which then fall and mix
    Energy is transferred by hotter (less dense) particles rising and mixing with cooler (more dense) particles which then fall and mix
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  • Q19
    This is showing thermal energy transferring between the fire and pot through?
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    Convection
    Conduction
    Radiation
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  • Q20
    Energy is transferred to Earth between the sun and Earth's atmosphere through
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    conduction
    radiation
    convection
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