Class practical: illustrates two ideas: electric current causes a heating effect; temperature affects the resistance of a wire...
Class practical: Using the specific thermal capacity of water to check the reading of a voltmeter.
Demonstration: Working mechanically to raise the temperature of different components.
Class practical: Quantitative measurement of changes to energy stored thermally as a result of heating from a range of sources...
Demonstration: Mixing two masses of water at different temperatures to discuss energy transfer.
Class practical: Transferring energy mechanically to lead shot and measuring its temperature rise.
Demonstration: This demonstration shows, against intuition, that an ice cube melts more quickly when in contact with a metal...
Demonstration: Using a band or friction brake and wheel to show the transfer of work into energy stored thermally.
Demonstration: This experiment uses a commercially available apparatus to compare the thermal conductivity of different metals...
Class practical: Observing convection currents in a beaker of water.
Class practical: Visualizing convection currents in air.
Class practical: Shows the properties of infra-red radiation.
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