1. Heat is transferred directly from one particle of matter to another by the process of___________ . 2. A circular flow of warmer fluid and cooler fluid is called a(n)__________________ 3. Heat is always transferred from 4. _____ to ____________. ____________ is the transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves. 5. Heat that is transferred by the movement of currents within a fluid is called _______________. 6. The only form of heat transfer that does not require matter is _____________ 7. Water bubbles up through a hot spring at Yellowstone National Park. What method of heat transfer is this? A conduction B convection C radiation D specific heat In each of the following examples, identify whether heat is being transferred through conduction, convection or radiation. Some may have two possible answers. Choose the answer that best fits the situation. 1) 2) Warming hand over a radiator. 3) Eggs cooking in a frying pan. 4) Snowman melting in the sun. 5) Water boiling in in a kettle. 6) Warmth from the fireplace circulating through the house. 7) Tongue freezing to to a metal pole. 8) Newt boiling in a hot caldron. Ice melting on a hotplate. . 9) 10) Freezing outside on a cold day. 11) Steam piping out of a teapot. 12) Burning your hand on a hot pan 13) Ice cubes keeping lemonade cold. 14) Laying out in the sun. 15) Roasting marshmallows over a fire. 16) Making toast in a toaster. Heating a kettle on a hot furnace.