Heating and Cooling - Name 1 Lesly Hinojosa 2 Emilio Garcia...

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Name: 1. Lesly Hinojosa Date: 10/31/2018 2. Emilio Garcia Class: PHYS 1414 3. Monica Moya Section: G02 4. Victor Flores Title: CANNED HEAT: HEATING UP & COOLING DOWN Purpose (Objective): In this experiment (Heating Up), we compared the ability of different surfaces to absorb thermal radiation. In this experiment (Cooling Down), we compared the ability of different surfaces to radiate thermal energy. Theory: Heating Up: We predicted that the black can will absorb more heat than the white. Cooling Down: We predicted that the black can will cool down at a faster rate due to its lower heat capacity than silver. Required Materials: Heating Up: heat lamp and base, radiation cans (silver, black, and white), thermometer, access to cold tap water, paper towel and graph paper. Cooling Down: radiation cans (silver and black), thermometer, access to hot water, paper towel, and graph paper. Procedure: Heating Up: 1. We gathered the materials and placed the 3 radiation cans under the lamp.
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