Heat is transferred by energy waves moving through space.
No,the transfer of heat by the movement of heated fluid is called convection.
The layer of the sun's interior where energy is transfered mainly by electromagnetic radiation is the radiation zone. The light and heat produced by the sun's core first pass through the middle layer of the sun's interior, the radiation zone. The radiation zone is a region of very tightly packed gas where energy is transferred mainly in the form of electromagnetic radiation
Light energy, like from the sun.
Heat is a form of energy. Atoms of a certain material begin to tremble very fast when heated and pass this movement on to other atoms. So I think -not shure, heat/ energy can only be passed through material, and so it is not possible in a vacuum.
The three ways that heat travels are conduction, convection and radiation. In space there is no matter between things so conduction and convection are not possible. But radiation does not need to travel trough matter so it can go through empty space. All of the light and heat from the Sun travels as radiation to the Earth.
heat is transfered through space by radiation.
Heat is transfered through conduction, direct contact, convection, movement through liquids and gases, and radiation.
it is transfered by somthing
Heat can be transfered by convection, radiation or conduction.
Heat can be transfered by convection, radiation, or conduction.
Er, yes it can - and by convection.
Conduction, convention, radiation, mass transfer.
By conduction,convection and radiation
Conduction, convection, radiation.
Radiation is the mode of transfer of heat in the form of electromagnetic wave. Infra red radiations are nothing but heat radiations.
point 3 b/c Radiation allows heat to be transfered through wave energy, and if you see the chart on SI you can see the waves on the side of the glass