Radiation

This lesson explains the process of radiation, demonstrates how different surfaces impact emission and links these ideas to reveal life examples.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.In which state of matter does convection NOT occur?

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Q2.Which state of matter is NOT a fluid?

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Q3.When particles move faster, which energy store has increased?

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Q4.As you heat a liquid or gas, the heated part becomes less ________ ?

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Q5.As you heat a liquid or gas, the heated part _________ ?

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Q6.The movement of particles of gases and liquids away from a heat source is called a convection _________ ?

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Q7.Which of these items is a real life example of convection?

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Q8.What is the mean of these values: 4, 5, 2, 6, 3, 4

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Q9.1 J is equal to 1000 mJ. What is 24 J in mJ?

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Q10.Which of these is the correct equation for energy efficiency?

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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!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Question 9

Question 10

Q1.In which state of matter does convection NOT occur?

1/10

Q2.Which state of matter is NOT a fluid?

2/10

Q3.When particles move faster, which energy store has increased?

3/10

Q4.As you heat a liquid or gas, the heated part becomes less ________ ?

4/10

Q5.As you heat a liquid or gas, the heated part _________ ?

5/10

Q6.The movement of particles of gases and liquids away from a heat source is called a convection _________ ?

6/10

Q7.Which of these items is a real life example of convection?

7/10

Q8.What is the mean of these values: 4, 5, 2, 6, 3, 4

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Q9.1 J is equal to 1000 mJ. What is 24 J in mJ?

9/10

Q10.Which of these is the correct equation for energy efficiency?

10/10

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Radiation

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

Question 1

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Q1.Which of these processes does NOT involve particles?

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Q2.What does 'emit' mean?

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Q3.What does 'absorb' mean?

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Q4.To calculate a mean (average)...

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Q5.Complete the sentence: The independent variable is the one we ____________

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Q6.Complete the sentence: The dependent variable is the one we ____________

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Q7.Complete the sentence: The control variable is the one we ____________

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Q8.In regards of keeping cool, what colour coat is best to wear in the summer?

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Q9.A marathon runner has finished his race and is starting to get cold. He wraps himself in a blanket which he uses to reflect the radiation his body is emitting, back towards himself so he can stay warm. What colour blanket should he choose?

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Q10.1 J is equal to 1000 mJ. What is 0.6 J in mJ?

10/10

This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

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Radiation

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

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Question 9

Question 10

Q1.Which of these processes does NOT involve particles?

1/10

Q2.What does 'emit' mean?

2/10

Q3.What does 'absorb' mean?

3/10

Q4.To calculate a mean (average)...

4/10

Q5.Complete the sentence: The independent variable is the one we ____________

5/10

Q6.Complete the sentence: The dependent variable is the one we ____________

6/10

Q7.Complete the sentence: The control variable is the one we ____________

7/10

Q8.In regards of keeping cool, what colour coat is best to wear in the summer?

8/10

Q9.A marathon runner has finished his race and is starting to get cold. He wraps himself in a blanket which he uses to reflect the radiation his body is emitting, back towards himself so he can stay warm. What colour blanket should he choose?

9/10

Q10.1 J is equal to 1000 mJ. What is 0.6 J in mJ?

10/10

Lesson summary: Radiation

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