What happens to air as a stove heats it?
The iron spiral-like circle blocking the fire, heats up the air, so it would be either Convection or Radiation.Posted by John Huftel on 11/14/2016 8:16:13 AM Reply
It heats up because of radiation.Posted by BRENDAN RARDON on 2/16/2017 2:14:14 PM Reply
As the stove heats the air it turns hot
the air as a stove heat it, then it will turn hot
As the strove heats up it will get hot because its conduction to the pot
The molecules will start moving faster and they will move apart which will cause the hot air to rise
The molicules start moving because of the conduction of the eye to the pot, then the pot to the water.
The air heats up
As the stove heat rises the air gets hotter.
when the molecules in the air get faster and when the molecules spread out, the air will get hotter.
it gets hot
What happens to the air when a stove heats it is it becomes warmer. This happens because the air gets more energy. It also rises because fluids are lighter than cold fluids.
The air heats up then rises, cools, sinks down, heats up, rises and conduction starts
air gets hot
a very giant star
it hot ._.
The water will Evapoarte and have less water and mass
The air around the stove heats up because the stove is giving off heat
When air heats a stove it gets hot.
As the stove heats air the air gets hotter.
Uh it gets hotter??? ??
Through the process of convection, the air gets hotter around it, causing the molecules to move at a faster rate, which drives them upward.
If it is conduction,it will be in direct contact.
sun it heats through radiation
the heat makes the air hotter!!!!!!
What warms the Earth through radiation??
the sun heats the earth through radiation
The sun radiates the earth.
THE BEAUTIFUL SUN!!!!!
the sun heats the earth through radiation
The air molecules
definitely not the sun
The sun !! It's so warm and bright !!
The sun through thermal and radiation fields.
The awesome blossom sun of course
How is heat measured and in what units
by a baromether and in degrees celsius or farenheit
As a form of energy heat has the unit joule (J) in the International System of Units (SI). However, in many applied fields in engineering the British thermal unit (BTU) and the calorie are often used. The standard unit for the rate of heat transferred is the watt (W), defined as joules per second.
Heat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The average translational kinetic energy of the molecules of a system and the units are watts Celsius or Fahrenheit
The molecules and the density
celsius and farenheit
just because of the sun
It is measured with a thermometer and it is measured in Celsius or in Fahrenheit
Celsius and Farenheit
Celsius of Fahrenheit a;so known as C or F
Heat is measured in many different ways, in different countries. From more scientific accurate ways, to more simple ways. Kelvin, which is used to precisely measure temperatures from zero degrees, which at that point would be absolute zero. Celsius and Fahrenheit, are more simple, easy to calculate ways to measure temperature, as most of us do not experience negative degrees on a daily basis, or extremely high temperatures on a daily basis. British thermal units are more versatile than all of these, with the measurement of a single degree allowing one pound of water to be heated up one degree Fahrenheit.
I dont get it
what do you not get?
I get it so far.
Uhh..... was that really a question? cuz' i dont get it too.
what are two good thermal conductors?
Silver & copper.
Sliver and Iron
Steel and Copper
COPPER AND SILVER YEAH YAY!!! :3
A perfect vacuum, or Silver.
what are 2 bad thermal conductors?
styrofoam and paper
paper and wood
wood and paper
paper and wood which r technically the same because it is like rebirth wood is turned into paper and stuff so um yea:3
Pretty much all gases, water, and wood.
where do i find info about thermal conductors on this activity?
where can i find info on why conduction works so poorly in liquids and gases?
Why does a hand need an oven mitt in order to pick up the pot from the stove
to not get burned
Because conduction is being transferred to your hand if you don't wear the mitt so then you would get burned....
The heat from the pot will soak into your hand because it has higher heat than your hand so you need the oven mitt.
So you wont get your hand badly hurting
Because if you don't have any protection from direct heat, the conduction will burn you.
What is radiation
When electromagnetic waves go thru the air, for example from the sun, and heat up the air and even buildings, or the ground
When electromagnetic waves travel thru space.
It is a transfer of thermal energy by waves that travel through the air.
A type of thermal energy
What is the transfer of Conduction
The Transverse heat between substances.
It is the transfer of thermal energy between particles of matter that are touching.
Okay so when you don' t use a mitt to help you take out the hot pan what might happen and what caused it also why??
when they put their hand on the heated handle they will get burned. So they put he mitt on so they don't get burned.
The hotness of the pan will be hard to hold the hot pan. So that is why everybody should use mitts when they are going to hold something hot.
What objects can radiate energy
can u tell me what is four good conductors and four poor conductors.
Write a few everyday applications of conduction of heat
when walking on the beach on a hot day the sand is hot
walking on the sidewalks in summer with bare feet.
walking on ice bare feet
Why do darker colors absorb heat and lighter colors reflect it?
what are 4 examples of convection?
conduction is the transfer of heat bettween
i need help i don't under stand that well so please. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
When ____ travel through space it is called radiation.
what happen to the air as it get futher from the heat source.
Comduction is the transfer of heat between?
what happens to heat transfer after its done its course
what are other forms of radiation?
Convection is the up and down movement of ___and ____caused by heat transfer
What are good conductors and poor conductors
what are bad conductors.
what are 4 poor conductors
why wont the link http//www.wisc-online.com/Objects/ViewObject.aspx?ID=SCE304 work?
why does a hand need a oven mitt in order to pick up the hot pot from the stove
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