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The Fahrenheit temperature scale is defined by assigning to the normal boiling point of water a temperature of 212°F freezing point of water the temperature of 32 and 32 c F. and the the Kelvin (K) scale. and to the Since the difference between 212 between the two reference points is divided into 180 equal segments, each denoting a Fahrenheit degree. For the Celsius temperature scale the boiling point of water is assigned a value of 100 °C and the freezing point of water is assigned the value of C.

When one object has a higher temperature than another object we know from experience that some of the energy from the hotter object will flow in the form of heat to the cooler object. You discovered this the first time you touched a hot stove or other hot object. In more formal language, then, temperature determines the direction in which heat energy flows when two samples of matter liquid in the are brought into contact with one another. Heat a measure of the total kinetic energy of is Temperature measure a is the particles in a sample of matter.

1 mg). 5. The following examples illustrate some of these conversions. 2 A X device for removing dust particles from the air in a factory 10 14 jug (micrograms) of dust in one day. How many kilograms of dust were collected? 2 X 10 u )(10-«)(10-3) X 10 5 kg the mass in kilograms of a 100-lb (2 significant figures) bag of fertilizer? 5) 1 g^ kg lb lb lb 10 3 s (from Table -^ kg ksr X -2g = kg single-pan top-loading balance Common laboratory balances are the triple single-pan analytical balance beam balance (Courtesy Ohaus Scale Corporation), the single-pan top-loading balance (Courtesy Mettler Instrument Corporation), and the single-pan analytical balance (Courtesy Mettler Instrument Corporation).

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