Heat Transfer Quiz

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14 questions
• Q1
The property that describes the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of a substance 1°C is its:
temperature variation.
specific heat
thermal energy
thermal conductivity.
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• Q2
Inter molecular forces between molecules of a substance are strongest when the material is a:
plasma.
gas.
solid.
liquid.
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• Q3
Doctor John can quickly walk barefoot across red hot coals of wood without harm because of:
Doctor John has special powers.
Basic physics concepts
Mind of matter
Reasons outside the realm of physics
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• Q4
A large bucket of water is heated under a flame. Which statement below is true:
The average kinetic energy of the molecules increases.
The average kinetic energy of the molecules remain constant.
None of the above.
The average kinetic energy of the molecules decreases
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• Q5
Which of the following is true.
The molecules in hot cocoa are moving faster than molecules in cold spoon..
The molecules in hot cocoa are moving at the same speed as the molecules in cold spoon.
The molecules in hot cocoa are moving slower than molecules in cold spoon.
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• Q6
Which of the following is true?
Average KE (cold spoon) is same as Average KE (hot cocoa)
Average KE (cold spoon) is greater than Average KE (hot cocoa)
Average KE (cold spoon) is less than Average KE (hot cocoa)
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• Q7
The average random kinetic energy of atoms or molecules within an object is a measure of the object’s:
heat
specific heat.
temperature
thermal energy
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• Q8
The sum of all the kinetic energy of the atoms or molecules measures the object’s:
thermal conductivity.
specific heat.
thermal energy.
temperature.
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• Q9
According to the table of specific heat, the material requiring the least energy to raise its temperature from 20°C to 40°C is:
gold
oil.
water
wood.
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• Q10
Heat energy from the Sun is transferred to Earth by:
convection
conduction.
insulation.
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• Q11
Holding your hand above the flame of a candle, you will receive the most heat by means of:
insulation.
conduction.
convection.
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• Q12
In nature, heat will always flow from a ______ object to ________ object
warm, cold
cold, warm
warm, warm
cold, cold
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• Q13
The temperature at which molecules in a substance stop moving is called __________ ________:
absolute zero
cold stone
below zero
near zero
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• Q14
The flow of thermal energy is called ___________
heat
conductivity
absolute zero
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