SITEMAP School-college Physics Notes: Thermal energy 4.5 Heating curve explained
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Thermal energy & particle theory: 4.5 A heating curve - steadily increasing the internal energy of a system to cause state changes - melting and boiling
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4.5 A heating Curve - steadily increasing the internal energy of a system
Keywords, phrases and learning objectives for particle models and a heating curve
raph of a heating curve.
Know that heating a substance increases the internal energy of system, eventually causing the state changes of melting and boiling when the latent heat is absorbed.
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