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 Conduction Transfer of heat through a solid (particles gain kinetic energy, hit neighbouring particles and transferring some of the energy to them, this happens throughout the solid) Metals are good conductors because delocalised electrons can travel more and pass on the energy quicker throughout the solid Convection Transfer of heat energy through fluids (liquids and gases) - hot fluid particles have more energy and so expand and rise, cool fluid particles have less energy so fall —> convection current) Radiation Heat can transfer from place to place in the form of infrared radiation Force = Mass x acceleration Kinetic energy = 0.5 x mass x velocity squared Elastic potential energy = 0.5 x spring constant (k) x extension squared (e) Work done (energy transferred) = Force x distance Specific heat capacity The amount of energy to required to change the temperature of 1kg of a substance by 1 degrees Celsius Specific heat capacity equation Energy = mass x specific heat capacity x change in temperature Power = Energy transferred / time