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James Parsons
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Heat energy transfes either through conduction, convection, or radiation.

Thermal energy has to do with molecules and not necessarily heat.

Temperature is a measure of warmth that is objective- based on a scale.

The absence of heat is a way to define "cold."


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heat [heet] noun 1. the state of a body perceived as having or generating a relatively high degree of warmth.
2. the condition or quality of being hot: the heat of an oven.
3. the degree of hotness; temperature: moderate heat.
4. the sensation of warmth or hotness: unpleasant heat.
5. a bodily temperature higher than normal: the heat of a fever; the feeling of heat caused by physical exertion.

temperature [tem-per-uh-cher, -choor, -pruh-, -per-cher, -choor] noun 1.
a measure of the warmth or coldness of an object or substance with reference to some standard value. The temperature of two systems is the same when the systems are in thermal equilibrium.
2. the degree of heat in a living body, normally about 98.6°F (37°C) in humans. The excess of this above the normal.

cold [kohld] (cold·er, cold·est, noun, adverb) adjective 1. having a relatively low temperature; having little or no warmth: cold water; a cold day.
2. feeling an uncomfortable lack of warmth; chilled: The skaters were cold.
3. having a temperature lower than the normal temperature of the human body: cold hands.
4. lacking in passion, emotion, enthusiasm, ardor, etc.; dispassionate: cold reason.
5. not affectionate, cordial, or friendly; unresponsive: a cold reply; a cold reception.
18. the relative absence of heat: Everyone suffered from the intense cold.
19. the sensation produced by loss of heat from the body, as by contact with anything having a lower temperature than that of the body: He felt the cold of the steel door against his cheek.
20. cold weather: He can't take the cold.
21. Also called common cold. a respiratory disorder characterized by sneezing, sore throat, coughing, etc., caused by an allergic reaction or by a viral, bacterial, or mixed infection.


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[LINK]: [Windows on the Universe]: heat
[LINK]: [Science4Kids]: heat
[LINK]: [ScienceKids]: heat
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #101]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #102]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #103]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #104]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #105]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #106]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #107]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #108]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #109]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #110]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #113]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #114]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #115]
[PPT] [PDF] [Heat Energy PPT #116]
[LINK]: [Heat Resources #1]
[LINK]: [Heat Resources #2]
[LINK]: [Heat Resources #3]
[LINK]: [Heat Resources #4]
[LINK]: [Heat Resources #5]
[LINK]: Resources for Forms of Energy
[LINK]: Resources for Heat
[PEN]: [PENCAST]: Chapter 13 Lesson 1 04.19.12
[PEN]: [PENCAST]: Chapter 13 Lesson 2 04.20.12
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