Physics2b experiments heat:  Detailed lab experiments on heat transfer, conversion, including convection & conduction
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  • 1. PHYSICS 2b EXPERIMENTS PHYSICS 2b EXPERIMENTS heat
  • 2.
    • Procedure:
    • Define the vocabulary found under Experiment 1.
    • 2.  Fill a bowl with some cold water.
    • 3.  Place the bottle neck and coin in the bowl of water to chill them.  This helps to make an airtight seal when you place the coin on the top of the bottle.
    • 4.  Place the coin on the top of the bottle.
    • 5.  Wrap your hands around the bottle and wait for several seconds.
    • What happens to the coin?
    • 6.  Remove your hands from the bottle and wait.
    • What happens to the coin now?
    • Record observations in the Physics Journal.
    • Answer Questions & write up the Conclusion in the Physics Journal.
    HEAT Experiment 1: Magic Coin Materials : Physics 2 packet, Science notebook, pencil Bowl of cold water, Coin (bigger than the bottle opening), Glass Coke Bottle (with a small opening/mouth)
  • 3.
    • Procedure:
    • Define the vocabulary found under Experiment 2.
    • 2.  Fill a bowl with some cold ice water.
    • Fill a bowl with some hot water.
    • Put your RIGHT HAND in the hot water for 30 seconds. How would you describe the temperature? Use the thermometer to measure.
    • Put the LEFT HAND into the cold water for 30 seconds. How would you describe the temperature? Use the thermometer to measure.
    • Now put your RIGHT hand back into the hot water for 30 seconds.
    • Now put THE SAME hand into the cold water for 30 seconds. How does it feel different?
    • Allow everyone in the group to try the experiment.
    • Record observations in the Physics Journal.
    • Answer Questions & write up the Conclusion in the Physics Journal.
    HEAT Experiment 2: Hot or Cold? Materials : Physics 2 packet, Science notebook, pencil Bowl of cold water, Bowl of hot water
  • 4.
    • Procedure:
    • Define the vocabulary found under Experiment 4.
    • Setup : Fill two glass containers/jars with lukewarm water, (leaving room for the glassful of water)
    • READ ALL OF THESE STEPS FIRST:
    • Drop food coloring into the glass of hot water. Drop food coloring into the glass of cold water.
    • Pour the glass of colored hot water into one of the large tubs.
    • Pour the glass of colored cold water into the other tub.
    • Observe the mixing of the colored water in each tub.
    • Compare.
    • Record observations in the Physics Journal.
    • Answer Questions & write up the Conclusion in the Physics Journal.
    HEAT Experiment 3: Colored Convection Materials : Physics 2 packet, Science notebook, pencil small glass of hot water, small glass of cold water, food coloring 2 large glass containers/jars of room temperature water
  • 5. Temperature Conversion: F to C: - 32, then X 5, then 9 C to F: X 9, then 5, then + 32
    • Procedure:
    • FIRST Define & answer questions for Exper 4 in Physics Journal.
    • Complete the temperature conversion worksheet. Show your work, even when using the calculator. Staple to the back of your physics journal.
    • Circle Cold answers in blue, Hot answers in red. (You decide what’s hot & cold.)
    HEAT Experiment 4: Temperature Conversion Materials : Physics 2 packet, Science notebook, pencil Temperature Conversion WS
  • 6. * Extremely Cold Day -40 -40 Very Cold Day 0 -18 Freezing point of water 32 0 Cool Day 50 10 Room temperature 70 21 Beach weather 86 30 Body temperature 98.6 37 Hot Bath 104 40 Water boils 212 100 Description °F °C
  • 7.
    • Procedure:
    • Choose a reader to read the animations.
    • Take turns with the SmartBoard to continue with the animation. One person each can animate conduction, convection, & radiation.
    • Answer the questions found in the Physics Journal following this activity.
    HEAT Experiment 5: SMART BOARD ACTIVITY Materials : Physics 2 packet, Science notebook, pencil Smartboard Activity: http://www.wisc-online.com/objects/ViewObject.aspx?ID=sce304
  • 8.
    • Procedure:
    • 1. Work on completing any Physics Journal pages you have not completed.
    • 2. Record observations in the Physics Journal.
    • Answer Questions & write up the Conclusion in the Physics Journal.
    HEAT Experiment 6: Materials : Physics 2 packet, Science notebook, pencil PHYSICS JOURNAL