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Conduction of Heat

  1. Meaning of Heat Conduction
  2. Using Kinetic Molecular Theory to Explain Conduction in Solids
  3. Conduction of Heat in Liquids
  4. Experiment to Show that Water is a Poor Conductor of Heat
  5. Applications of Conductors and Insulators

Convection of Heat

  1. Meaning of Convection of Heat
  2. Using Kinetic Molecular Theory to Explain Convection in Liquids
  3. Applications of Convection

Radiation, Emission and Radiation by Different Surfaces


Conduction of Heat

Meaning of Heat Conduction

Conduction of heat is the process by which heat is passed along a material from molecule to molecule while the heated particles remaining in mean position. Most metals are good conductors but their thermal conductivities differ from one metal to another. Experiment performed to compare the conductivity of solid showed that copper is a better conductor than brass, followed by iron, lead…


Using Kinetic Molecular Theory to Explain Conduction in Solids

When the end A is heated, molecule A vibrates about its mean position with a greater kinetic energy and pushes the molecule B to do the same.

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