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1 Chapter 11 Energy in Thermal Processes 1. Heat and Internal Energy 2. Specific Heat 3. Calorimetry 4. Latent Heat and Phase Change 5. Energy Transfer
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2 James Prescott Joule square6 1818 – 1889 square6 British physicist square6 Conservation of Energy square6 Relationship between heat and other forms of energy transfer
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3 Heat and Internal Energy square6 What is Heat? square6 What are the units of Heat? square6 What is Internal Energy? square6 Energy Transfer
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4 Specific Heat square6 What is specific Heat? square6 Units of specific Heat square6 Heat and specific Heat
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5 A Consequence of Different Specific Heats square6 Water has a high specific heat compared to land square6 On a hot day, the air above the land warms faster square6 The warmer air flows upward and cooler air moves toward the beach
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6 Calorimeter square6
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Unformatted text preview: s What is a Calorimeter? s How do I use it? 7 Phase Changes s What is a phase change? s Types of phases change s Solid to liquid – melting s Liquid to gas – boiling s What is changing during Phases change? s What is latent heat? s SI units of latent heat s What is sublimation? 8 Graph of Ice to Steam 9 Warming Ice 10 Melting Ice 11 Warming Water 12 Boiling Water 13 Heating Steam 14 Methods of Heat Transfer s Need to know the rate at which energy is transferred s Need to know the mechanisms responsible for the transfer s Methods include s Conduction s Convection s Radiation 15 Conduction 16 Convection 17 Radiation...
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