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 Temperature Measurement of the average kinetic energy of the individual particles of the substance Thermal Energy Total kinetic energy of all the particles the substance Heat Transfer of thermal energy from a hot to a colder object. What are human sensations? emotions; feelings what are some examples of human sensations? cooler; cold; warm; cool; hot; hotter;warmer, colder celsius fixed points Boiling point of pure water: 100 degrees Freezing Point of pure water: 0 degrees Room temperature: 25 degrees Bidy temperature: 37 degrees Absolute zero: -273 Fahrenheit fixed points Boiling point of pure water: 212 degrees Freezing Point of pure water: 32 degrees Room temperature: 77 degrees Body temperature: 98.7 degrees Absolute zero: -459.4 Kelvin fixed points Boiling point of pure water: 373 degrees Freezing Point of pure water: 273 degrees Room temperature: 298 degrees Body temperature: 310 degrees Absolute zero: 0 equation from fahrenheit to celsius C=5/9(F-32) equation for Celsius to Fahrenheit F=9/5C+32 Celsius to Kelvin K=C+273 Kelvin to Celsius C=K-273 What are the three types of heat transfer? 1. Convection 2. Conduction 3. Radiation What is conduction? The transfer of Kinetic Energy by touching. What is convection? (same concept as bouyancy) The transfer of kinetic energy within a fluid, whereby there is a difference of that fluid.