Chapter 10a

Chapter 10a - Chapter 10A Temperature and Heat All matter...

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Chapter 10A 1 Temperature and Heat All matter has thermal (or internal) energy due to molecular motion. An object’s temperature is directly related to the intensity of its molecular motion. Thermal energy “flows” from one object to another if the objects have different temperatures. This flow of energy is called heat . When two objects have the same temperature there will be no flow of thermal energy between them.

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Chapter 10A 2 Celsius and Fahrenheit Scales Celsius Fahrenheit Freezing point 0 ° C 32 ° F Boiling point 100 ° C 212 ° F Temp. 100 C ° 180 F ° Both scales use the freezing and boiling points of water as references: 5 C ° = 9 F °
Chapter 10A 3 Temperature Conversions T C = 5 9 ( T F - 32 ° ) T F = 9 5 T C + 32 ° Fahrenheit to Celsius: Celsius to Fahrenheit:

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4 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 140000 160000 180000 -300 -200 -100 0 100 200 Kelvin Temperature Scale Gas pressure extrapolates to zero at -273 ° C. Temperature (
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course PHY 111 taught by Professor Scott during the Winter '07 term at Saginaw Valley.

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