Investigating energy transfers

This lesson introduces the Bunsen burner and uses it as a tool to investigate energy transfers

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is the unit for energy?

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Q2.What does the law of conservation of energy state?

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Q3.If there is 15 J before energy has been transferred, how much energy will there be after?

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Q4.A portable speaker is switched on. 600 J of energy is transferred from the chemical store in the battery to the thermal store of surroundings; 250 J by heating and some by radiation (sound). How much energy is transferred by radiation?

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Q5.Which energy store is full in a hot water bottle?

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Q6.Which energy store is full in petrol?

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Q7.Which energy store is full when you are standing on a first floor balcony?

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Q8.Fill in the gap: energy is transferred between different stores by ____________

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Q9.Which pathway do light and sound fit into?

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Q10.What is 20 J in kJ?

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is the unit for energy?

1/10

Q2.What does the law of conservation of energy state?

2/10

Q3.If there is 15 J before energy has been transferred, how much energy will there be after?

3/10

Q4.A portable speaker is switched on. 600 J of energy is transferred from the chemical store in the battery to the thermal store of surroundings; 250 J by heating and some by radiation (sound). How much energy is transferred by radiation?

4/10

Q5.Which energy store is full in a hot water bottle?

5/10

Q6.Which energy store is full in petrol?

6/10

Q7.Which energy store is full when you are standing on a first floor balcony?

7/10

Q8.Fill in the gap: energy is transferred between different stores by ____________

8/10

Q9.Which pathway do light and sound fit into?

9/10

Q10.What is 20 J in kJ?

10/10

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Quiz:

Investigating Energy Transfers

This quiz will have questions from the lesson called 'Investigating Energy Transfers' and previous lessons in the Energy topic. Please complete this quiz to consolidate your learning.

Q1.Which part of the Bunsen burner do you twist to open or close the air hole?

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Q2.Which of these is the name we give to the hotter flame on a Bunsen burner?

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Q3.Which is the variable that we change?

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Q4.Which is the variable that we observe?

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Q5.Which is the variable that we keep the same?

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Q6.Calculate the average (mean) of these numbers: 6, 5, 7, 9, 8

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Q7.What type of word should every step of a method start with?

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Q8.Which energy store is full when you stand on top of a hill?

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Q9.Which energy store is fills up as you run down a hill?

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Q10.What is 33 J in kJ?

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Quiz:

Investigating Energy Transfers

This quiz will have questions from the lesson called 'Investigating Energy Transfers' and previous lessons in the Energy topic. Please complete this quiz to consolidate your learning.

Q1.Which part of the Bunsen burner do you twist to open or close the air hole?

1/10

Q2.Which of these is the name we give to the hotter flame on a Bunsen burner?

2/10

Q3.Which is the variable that we change?

3/10

Q4.Which is the variable that we observe?

4/10

Q5.Which is the variable that we keep the same?

5/10

Q6.Calculate the average (mean) of these numbers: 6, 5, 7, 9, 8

6/10

Q7.What type of word should every step of a method start with?

7/10

Q8.Which energy store is full when you stand on top of a hill?

8/10

Q9.Which energy store is fills up as you run down a hill?

9/10

Q10.What is 33 J in kJ?

10/10

Lesson summary: Investigating energy transfers

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