Conduction, Convection, and Radiation storyboard

Conduction, Convection, and Radiation storyboard
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A storyboard that explains what conduction, convection, and radiation is.

Storyboard Text

  • The picture shows the pan directly touching the stove and the heat transfer to the pan which is conduction.
  • It is the direct transfer of heat or electricity through a substance.
  • Conduction
  • The picture shows the pan full of water and the heat transfer to the pan causing the molecules in the water to move which is convection.
  • Convection
  • It is the transfer of heat by the movement of molecules.
  • The picture shows the pan not directly touching the stove but the heat is still getting to the pan from heat waves which makes it radiation.
  • Radiation
  • It is the transmission of heat in the form of waves.
  • Conduction
  • The objects are directly touching so it is conduction.
  • The molecules in the water are moving which means it is convection.
  • Convection
  • Radiation
  • It is radiation because the frying pan is not directly touching the stove but the heat is still getting to the pan through heat waves. 
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