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 Interesting Thermal Energy Facts:

 1. Thermal energy is a part of the total energy of any object.    

 2. Thermal energy is related to the temperature of an object.

 3. The joule is the unit used to measure thermal energy.

 4. Unlike other forms of energy, thermal energy is difficult to convert to       other forms of energy.

5.  When thermal energy is transferred from or to an object, it is called        heat.

 6.  Since heat is known as a process, objects cannot contain heat.

 7. Objects contain thermal energy.

 8. In order to convert thermal energy into other forms of energy, a             machine such as an engine is needed.

 9. Unlike other forms of energy, the amount of thermal energy is not           dependent upon the amount of work an object performs.

10. As heat from Earth is lost to space, it is replaced by heat brought           by the Sun.

11. Although he was not the first to use the term thermalenergy, James       Joule receives credit for being the first to discuss the loss and gain         of heat.

12. When you add ice to a warm drink, some of the drinks’ thermal              energy is transferred to the ice which makes the drink cooler.

13. Heat and temperature are not the same thing because temperature        is related to how hot or cold something is.

14. Heat energy can be transferred by three ways: convection,                    conduction, and radiation.

15. Conductors, such as metals, are objects that allow thermal energy        to move easily through them.

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