Physics Trivia Quiz On Heating Processes!

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• 1.
Which of the following is the best example of heat transfer by conduction?
• A.

Heat transfer from the bottom of the ocean to the top

• B.

Heat transfer from the Sun to Earth

• C.

Heat transfer from Earth’s crust to the layer below (mantle)

• D.

Heat transfer from Earth’s surface to the upper atmosphere

• 2.
Which method of heat transfer does not require the presence of any particles?
• A.

Transfer of heat via convection. There are no particles in air or liquid required for convection

• B.

Transfer of heat via electromagnetic radiation. Electromagnetic waves do not need a medium to travel in

• C.

Transfer of heat via conduction. Conduction is just through contact between surfaces

• D.

Transfer of heat via convection in air. There are no particles in air

• 3.
If all objects are at ‘room temperature’, why do metal objects feel cooler to touch than wooden objects?
• A.

Metals are good conductors of heat. Heat moves easily from your warm hand to the metal so the metal feels warmer than the wood

• B.

Woods are good conductors of heat. Heat moves easily from your warm hand to the wood so the wood feels colder than the metal

• C.

Woods are good conductors of heat. Heat moves easily from your warm hand to the wood so the wood feels warmer than the metal

• D.

Metals are good conductors of heat. Heat moves easily from your warm hand to the metal so the metal feels colder than the wood

• 4.
Microwaves and Gamma Rays are forms of light. True or False?
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 5.
If the Specific Heat capacity of Aluminium is 0.900 J/g/C, how many KJ of energy is required to heat 300g of Aluminium from 50 to 75 Degrees?
• A.

67.5 KJ

• B.

6.75KJ

• C.

6750KJ

• D.

0.675KJ

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