Bob Jones 5th grade science

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Science chapter 4
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  1. The ability to do work
    Energy
  2. stored energy that the object or substance has because of its position or condition
    potential energy
  3. the energy that the object or substance has because of its motion
    kinetic energy
  4. total of kinetic energy of the particles in the substance according to the Celsius and Fahrenheit scale
    thermal energy
  5. an instrument that measures temperature
    thermometer
  6. Fahrenheit boiling point

    Fahrenheit freezing point
    212 degrees F

    32 degrees F
  7. Celsius boiling point

    Celsius freezing point
    100 degrees C

    0 degrees C
  8. when the particles of a substance move faster and occupy a larger space without changing another state
    Thermal Expansion
  9. The amount of thermal energy needed to rise the temp of one gram of water one degree Celsius
    Calorie
  10. the transfer of thermal energy from one substance to another
    heat
  11. the heat transfer that occurs when particles bump into each other but do not change location
    conduction
  12. substances that allow heat to move through them easily
    conductors
  13. substances that do not allow heat to move through them easily
    insulators
  14. heat transfer that occurs when particles carry thermal energy as they move from one place to another
    convection
  15. heat transfer that occurs when no particles to carry the energy
    radiation
  16. any substance that releases energy when it burns
    fuel
  17. were formed from the remains  of plants and animals that were buried quickly during the flood
    fossil fuels
  18. one that is no longer forming today (fossil fuels)
    nonrenewable resources
  19. resources that can be replaced or grown again (wood)
    renewable resources

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