Asked in Physics
A trivia question When evaporating a liquid you add heat until the liquid reaches a temperature at which it changes to bubbles of gas below its surface. Is this True or False?
the question isThe transmission of heat requiring the movement of a liquid or a gas is....the answer is (C.convection) ...
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Clouds
Does it take heat to turn a liquid to a gas?
yes just like it takes heat to turn a solid into a liquid Yes. The more heat the faster movement of parts of mass (solid or liquid or gas). Power of fast movement than overcomes power keeping the thing together.</ ...
What effect does the transfer of heat have on the particles of water?
The transfer of heat in the water and in other liquid takes place by the movement of Molecules from the source of heat to the other part of liquid.This results the Boiling in the liquid. ...
What phase changes require the addition of heat energy?
Phase changes requiring the addition of heat energy are the phase changes from solid to liquid, liquid to gas, and solid to gas. These phase changes are termed melting (solid to liquid), evaporation (liquid to gas), and sublimation (solid to gas). ...
Asked in Energy, Bodies of Water
The movement of energy through a body of water is a?
The movement of energy through a fluid by the movement of its molecules is known as convection. To observe convection place a heat source by a glass of liquid and observe the changes in temperature inside the liquid from convection. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Is it true that free movement of molecules in liquid makes them conductor?
YEs most probably as free movement of molecules are needed for transference of heat and electricity ...
As heat energy is added to a liquid do the particles increase or decrease in movement?
As heat energy is supplied to a liquid, its temperature rises. The rise of temperature causes a rise in the kinetic energy of the particles; which happens when the speed of the particles increases. ...
Convection only occurs in due to particles moving not just heat transfer as in conduction?
Yes, convection is the transfer of heat through bulk movement of a fluid, gas or liquid. The movement can be natural caused by density differences, or can be forced. ...
Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Temperature
What happens when a substance reaches freezing point?
A liquid at the freezing point might remain a liquid indefinitely if no more heat is removed. A liquid in frozen state might remain frozen indefinitely, too. If the liquid is very pure, it might remain a liquid even when carefully brought below the freezing point. It would shift phases if some impurity or movement disturbs the liquid. If enough additional heat (heat of fusion) is removed from a liquid at the freezing point then the liquid will freeze without changing temperature....