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Thermal conductivity. Aim To be able to compare the thermal conductivities of a range of materials. Conduction. Hot. Cold. Direction of heat transfer.

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Thermal conductivity

Aim

To be able to compare the thermal

conductivities of a range of materials.

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Conduction

Hot

Cold

Direction of heat transfer

Heat energy can be transferred by conduction. When materials are heated, the atoms vibrate more. This kinetic energy can be passed from atom to atom in conducting materials. Conduction happens in all materials, but in good conductors like metals, free electrons can transfer the heat energy more quickly. All metals are good conductors of heat. Insulators do not have free electrons and conduct heat poorly. Explain why metals always feel cold to the touch, whereas wood for example feels warm ?

Conduction:

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Equipment

Materials, petroleum jelly, drawing pins, stop clock, safety glasses, tripod, heat mat, Bunsen burner

Diagram

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Method

  • Attach drawing pin, a measured distance from end of first material using petroleum jelly.
  • Place the material on a tripod
  • Heat the other end using a bunsen.
  • Time until petroleum jelly melts, and pin drops off.
  • Repeat twice with same material (cool it first)
  • Repeat with other materials
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Risk Assessment

Risk:

Hazard:

Control Measure:

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Analysis

Conductivity is…

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Evaluation

My experiment went…

I did not have problems with… because…

I had problems with … because…

To improve my experiment I could…

My results would be more reliable if I…

I liked this experiment because…

I disliked this experiment because…

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