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1. vaporization
2. exothermic
4. joule
5. heat conduction
6. calorie
7. 1/273
8. calorimeter
9. thermal insulator
10. 0 degrees
11. internal energy
13. α
14. freezing
15. conduction
16. heat
17. Sir William Thomson (Lord Kelvin)
18. -273.15
19. heat capacity
20. linear expansion
21. thermometry
22. specific heat
23. Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit
24. triple point
25. condensation
26. one
27. calorimetry
28. -Q lost = Q gained
29. heat of fusion
30. expands
31. thermal conductivity
32. Celsius scale
33. absolute scale
34. heat flow
35. 273.15
36. melting
37. convection
38. thermal equilibrium
39. True
40. 4.184
41. 4.58 mm Hg and 0 degrees C
42. thermometers
43. endothermic
44. heat of vaporization
45. thermal conductor
46. absolute zero
1. a term for a material that does not conduct heat efficiently
2. b term for the use of a calorimeter to meaure the equilibrium temperature of a mixture
3. c the standard termperature scale employed for scientific purposes
4. d True or False: Heat always moves from a hotter object to a cooler object.
5. e German physicist who invented the mercury thermometer in 1714
6. f term for a material that conducts heat efficiently
7. g term for the process of measuring temperature
8. h One calorie equals ___ Joule(s).
9. i term for the heat required to raise the temperature of a unit mass by one degree
10. j term for a gas changing into a liquid (the opposite of vaporization)
11. k the method of heat transfer in which a body at high temperature emits radiation that falls upon another body
12. l term for the lowest obtainable temperature at which all gases should vanish
13. m When the temperature of a gas rises one degree Celsius, the gas expands by about ___ of its volume at 0 degrees Celsius.
14. n Because heat is released spontaneously by a freezing liquid, freezing is a(n) _____ process.
15. o the ice point on the Kelvin scale
16. p In general, it takes about __ calorie(s) to raise a gram of water one degree Celsius.
17. q term for the amount of heat transferred from one end of a segment to the other per unit time
18. r term for the heat that must be absorbed per gram to melt a solid
19. s term for an insulated container in which scientists mix two substances
20. t term for the state in which who objects are the same temperature
21. u equation for the law of heat exchange
22. v great nineteenth century physicist who devised the Kelvin scale of temperature
23. w term for the measure of an object's molecular kinetic energy and molecular potential energy
24. x the metric unit of heat
25. y pressure and temperature of the triple point of water
26. z The Kelvin scale of temperature is called a(n) ____ ____ because its lowest possible temperature has the value of 0 K.
27. aa a common unit of heat
28. ab term for the expansion along any line through a solid
29. ac absolute zero in degrees Celsius
30. ad Since a solid will not actually enter the liquid phase unless heat is supplied by an external source at the melting point, melting is a(n) _____ process.
31. ae term for a solid changing into a liquid
32. af letter that represents the coefficient of linear expansion
33. ag term for the constant of proportionality, k
34. ah term for instruments that measure temperature
35. ai term for the amount of energy a liquid absorbs at its boiling point to change into a gas
36. aj term for the temperature at which the three phases of water achieve equilibrium
37. ak When its temperature rises, a solid ____ in every direction.
38. al term for the transfer of internal energy from one object to another
39. am the method of heat transfer in which agitated motion is transmitted between molecules in contact with each other
40. an the method of heat tranfer in which heat is carried by moving material
41. ao term for a liquid changing into a gas
42. ap term for a liquid changing into a solid
43. aq the ice point on the Celsius scale
44. ar the three methods of heat tranfer
45. as term for the transfer of heat energy from one part of a body to another
46. at term for the heat required to raise a body's temperature by one degree