Thermal properties and Temperature
Thermal expansion of solids, liquids, and gases at constant pressure
Applications and consequences of thermal expansion
Measurement of temperature
How a physical property that varies with
temperature may be used for the measurement of
temperature, and state examples of such properties
Need for and identify fixed points
Structure and action of
Sensitivity,range and linearity of thermometer
Structure of a thermocouple
and show understanding of its use
as a thermometer for measuring high
temperatures and those that vary rapidly
Structure of a liquid-in-glass thermometer relates to its
sensitivity,range and linearity
Thermal capacity (heat capacity)
Rise in the temperature of a body to an
increase in its internal energy
Equation thermal capacity = mc
Define specific heat capacity
Equation change in energy = mc∆T
Experiment to measure the
specific heat capacity of a substance
Melting and boiling in terms of energy input
without a change in temperature
Distinguish between boiling and
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