Heat is a significant part of everyday life; it occurs as a result of burning or electricity. Heat can cause changes in protein and molecules. This video series will investigate the effects of heat and heat transfer.
A scale helps us measure heat. Celsius is the most common temperature scale; the U.S. uses Fahrenheit. Learn the typical temperatures for a freezer, a refrigerator, and the human body.
Atoms are the building blocks of everything and are in continuous motion. Temperature measures the average kinetic energy of atoms. See examples of diffusion and a list of what the Kinetic Theory helps explain.
Heat is the amount of energy transferred from a hotter substance to a colder substance. A joule is the unit for all energy forms. Learn the amount of joules necessary to raise a temperature by up to three degrees.
Credits: Shedding Light on Heat: Episode 1—Temperature
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In this program on temperature, we get down to the atomic level to explain how hot things are different to cold things. We describe what a temperature scale actually tells us, and demonstrate how scientists measure the amount of heat energy that water absorbs when it’s heated.
Length: 16 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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