Heat and temperature quiz<br />
Draw a  tables of nine rectangles as shown below.<br />Look at the questions on the next slide and put    T = true  or  F ...
1. The unit of heat is the Joule.<br />2. Water always boils at 100oC.<br />3. The heat required to warm water in a kettle...
Mark your answers as shown below.<br />
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Heat And Temperature Quiz

  1. 1. Heat and temperature quiz<br />
  2. 2. Draw a tables of nine rectangles as shown below.<br />Look at the questions on the next slide and put T = true or F = false next to each number.<br />
  3. 3. 1. The unit of heat is the Joule.<br />2. Water always boils at 100oC.<br />3. The heat required to warm water in a kettle to 100oC is less than the heat needed to warm the water in a storage tank to 60oC.<br />4. An increase in pressure will raise the melting point of ice.<br />5. A daytime temperature of over 60oC has never been recorded on the Earth.<br />6. There is no gas that will freeze at a temperature above 0oC.<br />7. The coldest temperature that can be achieved is absolute zero or -273.15oC.<br />8. A blue coloured flame is colder than a yellow coloured lame.<br />9. The higher the temperature of a substance the faster the particles in the substance will move.<br />
  4. 4. Mark your answers as shown below.<br />

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