## Thermal Properties of Matter - Important Terms

Class 09 FBISE Physics - Thermal Properties of Matter - Important Terms

## Thermal Properties of Matter - Numerical Problems

Class 09 FBISE Physics - Thermal Properties of Matter - Numerical Problems

## Thermal Properties of Matter - Exercise

Class 09 FBISE Physics - Thermal Properties of Matter - Exercise

## Thermal Properties of Matter - MCQs

Class 09 FBISE Physics - Thermal Properties of Matter - MCQs

## Thermal Properties of Matter - Notes

Class 09 FBISE Physics - Thermal Properties of Matter - Notes

## Find the temperature of the water after passing 5 g of steam

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Find the temperature of the water after passing 5 g of steam

## How much heat is required to change 100g of water at 100°C into steam

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - How much heat is required to change 100g of water at 100°C into steam

## Find the quantity of heat needed to melt 100g of ice

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Find the quantity of heat needed to melt 100g of ice

## How much ice will melt by 5000 J of heat

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - How much ice will melt by 5000 J of heat

## An electric heater supplies heat at the rate of 1000J per second.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - An electric heater supplies heat at the rate of 1000J per second.

## How much heat is required to increase the temperature

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - How much heat is required to increase the temperature

## The thermal coefficient of volume expansion of air

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - The thermal coefficient of volume expansion of air

## Calculate the increase in the length of an aluminum bar 2 m

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Calculate the increase in the length of an aluminum bar 2 m

## Normal human body temperature is 98.6°F, convert it into Celsius scale and Kelvin scale.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Normal human body temperature is 98.6°F, convert it into Celsius scale and Kelvin scale.

## what is its value on the Fahrenheit scale

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - what is its value on the Fahrenheit scale

## How does heating affect the motion of molecules of a gas

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - How does heating affect the motion of molecules of a gas

## What is meant by the internal energy of a body

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - What is meant by the internal energy of a body

## Define the terms heat and temperature

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Define the terms heat and temperature

## Why does heat flow from hot body to cold body

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Why does heat flow from hot body to cold body

## Explain the thermal expansion of liquids

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Explain the thermal expansion of liquids

## Why the coefficient of volume expansion of liquids is greater than solids?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Why the coefficient of volume expansion of liquids is greater than solids

## Explain that the bimetallic strip used in the thermostat

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Explain that the bimetallic strip used in the thermostat

## List the application of thermal expansion

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - List the application of thermal expansion

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Why overhead transmission lines

## Why gaps are left in the bridge with rollers?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Why gaps are left in the bridge with rollers?

## Why gaps are left in railway tracks?

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Why gaps are left in railway tracks?

## Give the values of $\beta$ for different substances

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Give the values of $\beta$ for different substances

## Explain the volumetric thermal expansion.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Explain the volumetric thermal expansion.

## Give coefficient of linear thermal expansion of some common solids.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Give coefficient of linear thermal expansion of some common solids.

## Derive the relation for linear thermal expansion in solids.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Derive the relation for linear thermal expansion in solids.

## Define thermal expansion.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Define thermal expansion.

## What is meant by evaporation

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - What is meant by evaporation

## Define the latent heat of vaporization of water with the help of the experiment.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Define the latent heat of vaporization of water with the help of the experiment.

## List the value of melting point, boiling point, latent heat of fusion

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - List the value of melting point, boiling point, latent heat of fusion

## Define latent heat of vaporization.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Define latent heat of vaporization.

## Find the latent heat of the fusion of ice with the help of the experiment.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Find the latent heat of the fusion of ice with the help of the experiment.

## explain the latent heat of fusion

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - explain the latent heat of fusion

## Define the fusion point and freezing point

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Define the fusion point and freezing point

## Describe an activity to determine the change of state of ice into water and steam

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Describe an activity to determine the change of state of ice into water and steam

## Define heat capacity. How would you find the heat capacity of a solid

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Define heat capacity. How would you find the heat capacity of a solid

## Describe the Importance of large specific heat capacity of water

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Describe the Importance of large specific heat capacity of water

## Define specific heat.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Define specific heat.

## How can you convert the temperature from one scale to another

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - How can you convert the temperature from one scale to another

## Highlight the different scales of temperature from one scale to another (Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin scales)

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Highlight the different scales of temperature from one scale to another (Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin scales)

## What do you mean by lower and upper fixed points in a thermometer

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - What do you mean by lower and upper fixed points in a thermometer

## Describe the feature of the liquid-in-glass thermometer

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Describe the feature of the liquid-in-glass thermometer

## What is a thermometer

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - What is a thermometer

## Differentiate between temperature and heat

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Differentiate between temperature and heat

## Define the terms of energy in transit and internal energy.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Define the terms of energy in transit and internal energy.

## Define the terms of thermal conduct and thermal equilibrium.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Define the terms of thermal conduct and thermal equilibrium.

## Define the terms heat and temperature.

Class 9 FBISE Physics - Thermal properties of matter - Define the terms heat and temperature.