Flashcards in 5th Grade - SCIENCE Quiz - AM 59, 60 Deck (19):
The transfers of heat, or movement, or thermal energy from one substance to another is called _____.
Heat always flows from a substance at a warmer temperature to one at a _______ temperature.
If a warmer substance has transferred heat to a cooler substance, the cooler substance has _____ thermal energy and the warner substance has lost thermal energy.
The heat that occurs when particles bump into each other but do not change location is called ______.
The heat that occurs when particles carry thermal energy as they move from one place to another is called ____.
The heat that occurs when there are no particles to carry the energy is called _____.
______ can occur through empty space.
_____ usually occurs in liquids and gases.
______ from the sun is an important source of heat and light.
Solids are usually heated by _____.
Substances that allow heat to move through them easily are called _____.
Substances that do not allow leaf to leave through them easily are called _____.
Wood, brick, glass, and plastic are good _____.
Metals are the best ______.
_____ colors absorb radiation better than ____ colors do.
Dark colors absorb radiation better than light colors.
What are examples of how air is used as insulation?
- Air between a bird's feathers and its body helps to insulate the bird and keep it warm
- Air between layers of clothing helps to insulate our bodies from the cold
- Double-paned windows trap air to help keep buildings warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer
- Building insulation used in ceilings and walls traps air in pockets to reduce heat loss
When hot chocolate causes the spoon to heat is an example of what kind of heat?
Toaster coils are an example of what kind of heat?