Name: _______________________________ Period: _____ Date: ________________________ Heat Transfer Internet Scavenger Hunt Directions: Go through the websites below and answer the questions. You may have to scroll down or click on links on the webpage to find the answers. http://coolcosmos.ipac.caltech.edu/cosmic_classroom/light_lessons/thermal/i ndex.html Click on the first link from this homepage. Then use the links at the bottom. Each line below separates one page from the next. 1. Where does thermal energy come from (what causes it)? 2. Thermal energy can come from other forms of energy. Give several examples how. 3. What does how fast molecules move have to do with thermal energy? 4. What is temperature a measure of? 5. Does temperature depend on the amount of substance present? Explain. 6. Heat is different from temperature. What three things does heat depend on? 7. Give an example of how things can have the same temperature, but different heats. 8. Heat will always transfer from ________________________ to ________________________ temperatures. There are three methods of heat transfer. Define each (what causes it) and describe how they happen. 9. – 10. Conduction Is caused by: Describe how: 11. – 12. Convection Is caused by: Describe how: 13. – 14. Radiation Is caused by: Describe how: This link does a really nice job of illustrating all 3 of these a little differently: http://www.wisc-online.com/Objects/ViewObject.aspx?ID=sce304 15. Temperature is measured with a thermometer. How is heat measured and in what units? Be sure to mention how many Joules each of those units is. Name the temperature at which water freezes and boils in… 16. Fahrenheit 17. Celsius 18. Kelvin 19. What is Absolute Zero (what happens and what temp.?) What do We Learn From Heat? One kind of light is infrared light…heat! How can we use it? Pick any three of the topics listed…name and explain how we use heat (infrared light) in that field of study. 20. _________________________ 21. _________________________ 22. _________________________ http://www.ndted.org/EducationResources/HighSchool/Electricity/conductorsinsulators.htm http://m.everythingscience.co.za/grade-10/02-classification-of-matter/02classification-of-matter-07.cnxmlplus Even though the first one talks about electrical conductors (and insulators), the same things are true for conductors and insulators of heat. 23. What is a conductor? 24. Give some examples of good conductors of heat (and electricity). 25. What is an insulator? 26. Give some examples of good insulators of heat (and electricity).