Number of Joules needed to evaporate 1g of liquid water
Number of Joules released when 1g of water vapor condenses
Two processes that release heat energy (Joules) into the environment
Two processes that require that heat energy (Joules) be added
In a closed system the energy lost by the source is the same as...........................
A substance will heat and cool quickly if it has a.....................
A substance will heat and cool slowly if it has a.......................
Has the largest specific heat of any common material?
What the earth gives off
Ice warms faster than liquid water because.....
This phase of H2O contains the most stored (potential) energy
The amount of energy radiated by an object depends on its.......
Condition that exists when the earth receives the same amount of energy as it re-radiates
As compared to most solar radiation, the wavelengths of terrestrial radiation are
Energy travels from a star to the earth by
The rate of heat transfer between source and sink depends on the.....
Unit of heat energy
Terrestrial radiation is of this type
Most (90%) of solar radiation is....
Average kinetic energy of the atoms or molecules of a substance
Temperature at which all molecular motion stops
Heat transfer by collision of molecules
Only method of heat transfer that operates through space
All warm objects emit this
Transfer by density differences
Method of heat transfer through most SOLIDS
Method of heat transfer operating in most FLUIDS (liquids and gases)
A poor conductor of heat is a good....
A surface will be a good absorber if it is......
A surface is a good reflector if it is....
A good absorber is also a good.....
Bending of waves
The amount of heat energy needed to change the temperature of 1g of a substance by one degree Celcius
Melting point of H2O (°C)
Freezing point of H2O (°C)
Phase change from vapor to liquid
Phase change from liquid to vapor
Number of Joules that need to be added to 1g of ice to make it melt
Number of Joules released when 1g of water freezes
Amount of heat energy needed to change the temperature of 1g of liquid water by 1 degree Celcius
2260 J (ESRT page1)
2260 Joules (ESRT page 1)
Freezing and condensation
Melting and evaporation (vaporization)
The energy gained by the sink
Small specific heat
Large specific heat
Terrestrial radiation (infrared)
It has a smaller specific heat
Temperature (and mass)
Longer (IR is longer than visible light)
Electromagnetic radiation (waves)
Temperature difference between them
Dark and rough
Smooth and light in color
Evaporation or vaporization
334 Joules (ESRT page 1_
334 Joules (ESRT page 1)
2260 Joules or Specific Heat of water (ESRT page 1)