PHYSICS & TEMPERATURE BLVCK IV

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  1. ________ is a dominant factor in determining the physical properties or state of matter.
    Temperature
  2. What can change the state of matter?
    Temperature
  3. Boiling Point = 212 degrees

    Freezing Point = 32 degrees
    Fahrenheit
  4. Boiling Point = 373 degrees

    Freezing Point = 273 degrees
    Kelvin/Absolute
  5. All molecular activity ceases at absolute zero.
    Fundamental Constant
    Absolute Zero
  6. -Directly Proportional 
    -Increase in pressure will cause an increase in temperature
    Temperature/Pressure relationship in a closed container
  7. -Directly Proportional
    -Pressure increases will raise boiling point
    -Pressure can chance the state, but not dominate factor
    Pressure/Boiling Point relationship in a closed container
  8. -Caused by movement of molecules
    Form of Energy
  9. Joules, Calories, & BTU’s
    Measurements of heat
  10. -Water is the standard 
    -Water has a value of one
    -Heat required to change one pound of a substance one degree
    1 BTU
  11. ____ is required to change the temperature of one pound of water by one Fahrenheit.
    One BTU
  12. -Governs heat transfer 
    -States, heat travels from hot to cold
    - HEAT SEEKS COLD
    2nd Law of Thermodynamics
  13. Conduction, through _____ objects, requires a medium
    SOILD
  14. Convection, through _____ objects, requires a medium
    FLUID
  15. Radiation, through _____ , doesn’t require a medium
    WAVES
  16. Controlling Heat Transfer: May be desired through -
    • -Heat exchanger
    • -Controlling air temperature
  17. • Radiation turned away by reflective material such as paint
    -Conduction reduced by a poor conductor such as stainless steel
    -Convection eliminated by a vacuum such as between two tanks
    How Heat Transfer is Eliminated;

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