Your hand gains the coldness from the ice water
Your hand loses thermal energy to the ice water
The ice water loses thermal energy to your hand
The ice water loses the coldness to your hand
Air is unable to circulate through the carpet fibres
More energy flows from the carpet to your foot than from the stone floor to your foot
More energy flows from your foot to the stone floor than to the carpet
the stone floor is at a lower temperature than the carpet
Hot molecules moving along the rod
Hot molecules changing places with the cooler ones
The air around the rod moves after being heated
The transfer of kinetic energy from one molecule to the next
A match can only be lit by striking it on a rough surface
The flame is not hot enough
Air is a bad conductor of thermal energy
The flame does not radiate any thermal energy sideways
Water is a poor conductor of thermal energy.
The gauze prevents the thermal energy from reaching the ice.
Ice is a poor conductor of thermal energy.
The test tube conducts the thermal energy away from the ice.
The metal ruler conducts thermal energy away from your hand faster
The molecules in the metal ruler are less energetic
The metal ruler has a shinier surface
The metal ruler is a worse radiator of thermal energy
Spreads the thermal energy evenly over the base of the beaker
Increases the rate of heating by becoming red hot itself
Increases the rate of heating by conducting the heat faster
Concentrates the thermal energy at one part of the base of the beaker
Temperature flows from the hot object to the cold object.
Temperature flows from the object with the most thermal energy to the object with the least thermal energy.
The object with the most thermal energy always has the highest temperature.
Energy flows from the object with the highest temperature to the object with the lowest temperature.