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Energy Transfers

Revision site aimed at UK GCSE level covering energy transfer and energy sources. Well presented with animated diagrams and some questions to try

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Heat Transfer

An index page for lots of information relating to heat transfer topics such as conduction and convection.

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Heat transfer animation

A clear explanation of heat transfer through conduction, convection and radiation. Uses flash.

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Energy transfer

A couple of pages about energy transfer and efficiency. Aimed at GCSE revision but useful for anyone.

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Conduction Heat Transfer

Conduction is heat transfer by means of molecular agitation within a material without any motion of the material as a whole.

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How does heat energy move - Energy transfers

A good explanation of radiation, convection and conduction.

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Energy transfer and storage

An activity to explore energy transfer and storage

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Heat transfer - convection, cooling and radiation

A revision guide for heat transfer covering convection, cooling and radiation suitable for children 14-16

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The awesome physics in a simple sparkler

There's a lot of physics behind the simple firework. This blog post looks at temperatures, blackbody radiation and electron transfers.

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Red and Green Electricity

A simple demonstration of charge transfer on contact - very clearly explained using coloured plastic.

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