Unit 3: Thermodynamics and matter Test

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89 questions
• Q1
Energy in the form of heat.
Thermal Energy
30s
• Q2
The four laws that define the basic properties and behavior of energy.
Laws of Thermodynamics
30s
• Q3
The branch of physics that deals with the relationships between heat and other forms of energy.
Thermodynamics
30s
• Q4
When two objects are not in thermal equilibrium, heat (energy) flows from the object which is hotter to the object that is colder.
Zeroth Law (of Thermodynamics)
30s
• Q5
The state of two or more things having the same temperature.
Thermal Equilibrium
30s
• Q6
Energy (& matter) can be transferred and transformed, but it cannot be created or destroyed. Also called the law of conservation of energy (& matter).
First Law of Thermodynamics
30s
• Q7
Every energy transfer or transformation increases the entropy of the universe. Also called the law of entropy.
Second Law of Thermodynamics
30s
• Q8
A measure of disorder or randomness.
Entropy
Energy
Enthalpy
30s
• Q9
When the temperature of an object reaches absolute zero, the atoms in the object will stop moving.
Third Law of Thermodynamics
30s
• Q10
A form of energy associated with the movement of atoms. The faster the atoms are moving, the greater the energy/temperature of the object.
Heat
30s
• Q11
An object from which heat is radiating (leaving).
Heat Source
30s
• Q12
Energy that is moving from one place to another.
30s
• Q13
Heat energy that is transmitted as electromagnetic waves & therefore can move through empty space.