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Heat Transfer and Ignition

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When heat (thermal energy) is applied, solids and liquids can change into gases that can ignite and burn. We need to know how heat (thermal energy) is transferred from a fire to other objects in the room to understand what objects will ignite and burn. In this video you will observe heat transfer by conduction, convection and radiation.

Watch this video to understand: How does heat (thermal energy) transfer between materials? 

Be sure to explore the student guide and teacher guide that support this investigation.

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