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Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec1: Temperature and Heat By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec2: Introduction to Thermometer By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec3: Why Mercury is Used in Glass Thermometer. By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec4:Why Alcohol is Used in Glass Thermometer. By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec5:Conversion of Temperature Among Different Scale By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec6: Problem 1 on Conversion of Temperature Among Different Scale By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec7:Problem 2 on Conversion of Temperature Among Different Scale By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec8:Specific Heat Capacity By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec9: Importance of Large specific Heat Capacity of Water By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec10:Problem on Specific Heat Capacity By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec11:Heat Capacity By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec12: Problem 2 on Specific Heat Capacity By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec13:Change of State By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec14:Introduction to Latent Heat of Fusion By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec15:Latent Heat of Fusion of Ice by an Experiment By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec16: Problem on Introduction to Latent Heat of Fusion By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec17:Introduction to Latent Heat of Vaporization Problem on Introduction to Latent Heat of Fusion By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec18:Latent Heat of Vaporization of Water by an Experiment By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec19: Problem on Introduction to Latent Heat of Vaporization By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec20:Introduction to Evaporation By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec21: More on Introduction to Evaporation By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec22:Linear Thermal Expansion in Solids By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec23:Volume Thermal Expansion in Solids By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec24:Problem on Linear Thermal Expansion in Solids By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec25:Consequences of Thermal Expansion By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec26:Application of Thermal Expansion By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec27: Problem on Volume Thermal Expansion in Solids By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Physics Class 9Th, CH8, Lec28:Thermal Expansion of Liquids By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00

STUDENT’S LEARNING OUTCOMES

Subsequent to concentrating on this unit, the understudies will have the capacity to:

• Define temperature (as amount which decides the heading of stream of warm vitality).

• Define warm (as the vitality exchanged coming about because of the temperature contrast between two protests).

• List fundamental thermometric properties for a material to develop a thermometer.

• Convert the temperature starting with one scale then onto the next (Fahrenheit, Celsius and Kelvin scales).

• Describe ascend in temperature of a body as far as an increment in its inside vitality.

• Define the terms warm limit and particular warmth limit.

• Describe warmth of combination and warmth of vaporization (as vitality exchange without a change of temperature for change of state).

• Describe investigations to decide warmth of combination and warmth of vaporization of ice and water individually by drawing temperature-time diagram on warming ice.

• Explain the procedure of vanishing and the distinction in the middle of bubbling and dissipation.

• Explain that vanishing causes cooling.

 

8.1 TEMPERATURE AND HEAT

When we touch a body, we feel it hot or cool. The temperature of a body lets us know how hot or chilly a body is. Hence

Temperature of a body is the level of hotness or coldness of the body.

A light fire is hot and is said to be at high temperature. Ice then again is cool and is said to be at low temperature. Our feeling of touch is a straightforward approach to know how much hot or frosty a body is. Nonetheless, this temperature sense is some what estimate and untrustworthy. Additionally, it is not generally safe to touch a hot body. What we need is a solid and practicable strategy to decide the relative hotness or coldness of bodies.

To comprehend the idea of temperature, it is valuable to comprehend the terms, warm contact and warm balance. To store ice in summer, individuals wrap it with fabric or keep it in wooden box or in canteen cup. Along these lines, they evade the warm contact of ice with its hot surroundings generally ice will soon dissolve away. So also, when you put some hot tea or water in a room, it chills off continuously. Does it keep cooling? It quits cooling as it achieves the room temperature. In this way, temperature decides the course of stream of warmth. Warm spills out of a hot body to a chilly body until warm harmony is come to.

What happens when we touch a hot body? Take two bodies having distinctive temperatures. Get them contact with each other. The temperature of the hot body falls. It looses vitality. This vitality enters the frosty body at lower temperature. Frosty body picks up vitality and its temperature rises. The exchange of vitality proceeds till both the bodies have the same temperature. The type of vitality that is exchanged from a hot body to an icy body is called warm. Accordingly

Heat is the energy that is transferred from one body to the other in thermal contact with each other as a result of the difference of temperature between them.

Warmth is hence, called as the vitality in travel. When warmth enters a body, it turns into its inner vitality and didn’t really exists as warmth vitality.

What is interior vitality of a body?

The sum of kinetic energy and potential energy associated with the atoms, molecules and particles of a body is called its internal energy.

Inner vitality of a body relies on upon numerous variables, for example, the mass of the body, motor and potential energies of atoms and so forth. Dynamic vitality of a particle or atom is because of its movement which relies on the temperature. Potential vitality of particles or atoms is the put away vitality because of intermolecular powers.

 

8.2 THERMOMETER

A gadget that is utilized to quantify the temperature of a body is called thermometer. A few substances have property that progressions with temperature. Substances that demonstrate a change with temperature can be utilized as a thermometric material. For instance, a few substances develop warming, some change their hues, some change their electric resistance, and so forth. Almost every one of the substances develop warming. Fluids additionally develop warming and are suitable as thermometric materials. Normal thermometers are by and large made utilizing some suitable fluid as thermometric material. A thermometric fluid ought to have the accompanying properties:

• It ought to be obvious.

• It ought to have uniform warm extension.

• It ought to have a low the point of solidification.

• It ought to have a high breaking point.

• It ought not wet glass.

• It ought to be a decent conductor of warmth.

• It ought to have a little particular warmth limit.

 

IMPORTANCE OF LARGE SPECIFIC HEAT CAPACITY OF WATER

Particular warmth of water is 4200 Jkg-1K-1 and that of dry soil is around 810 Jkg-1 K-1. Therefore the temperature of soil would expand five times more than the same mass of water by the same measure of warmth. Hence, the temperature of land rises and falls more quickly than that of the ocean. Consequently, the temperature varieties from summer to winter are much littler at places close to the ocean than land far from the ocean.

Water has an extensive particular warmth limit. Thus, it is extremely valuable in putting away and conveying warm vitality because of its high particular warmth limit. The cooling arrangement of vehicles uses water to divert undesirable warm vitality. In a vehicles, vast measure of warmth is created by its motor because of which its temperature continues expanding. The motor would stop unless it is not chilled off. Water coursing around the motor as appeared by bolts in figure 8.6 keeps up its temperature. Water retains undesirable warm vitality of the motor and disseminates warm through its radiator.

In focal warming frameworks, for example, appeared in figure 8.7, high temp water is utilized to bring warm vitality through pipes from heater to radiators. These radiators are altered inside the house at suitable places.

 

HEAT CAPACITY

How much heat a body can absorb depends on many factors. Here we define a quantity called heat capacity of a body as:
Heat capacity of a body is the quantity of thermal energy absorbed by it for one kelvin (1 K) increase in its temperature.

8.7 THE EVAPORATION

Take some water in a dish. The water in the dish will vanish after at some point. It is on account of the atoms of water are in steady movement and have active vitality. Quick moving particles escape out from the surface of water and goes into the climate. This is called dissipation. Hence

Vanishing is the changing of a fluid into vapors (vaporous state) from the surface of the fluid without warming it.

Dissimilar to bubbling, dissipation happens at all temperatures however just from the surface of a fluid. The procedure of bubbling happens at a specific altered temperature which is the breaking point of that fluid. At breaking point, a fluid is changing into vapors from the surface as well as inside of the fluid. These vapors leave the bubbling fluid as air pockets which breakdown on achieving the surface. Vanishing assumes a vital part in our day by day life. Wet garments go away quickly when spread. Dissipation causes cooling. Why? Amid vanishing quick moving atoms escape out from the surface of the fluid. Particles that have bring down motor energies are abandoned. This brings down the normal dynamic vitality of the fluid atoms and the temperature of the fluid. Since temperature of a substance relies on upon the normal active vitality of its particles. Dissipation of sweat cools our bodies. Vanishing happens at all temperature from the surface of a fluid. The rate of vanishing is influenced by different elements.

 

CONSEQUENCES OF THERMAL EXPANSION

Why holes are left in railroad tracks? The extension of solids may harm the scaffolds, railroad tracks and streets as they are always subjected to temperature changes. So procurement is made amid development for extension and constriction with temperature. For instance, railroad tracks clasped on a hot summer day because of extension if holes are not left between segments.

Connects made of steel braces additionally extend amid the day and contract amid night. They will twist if their closures are altered. To permit warm development, one end is settled while the flip side of the support lays on rollers in the hole left for extension. Overhead transmission lines are additionally given a specific measure of hang so they can contract in winter without snapping.

 

APPLICATIONS OF THERMAL EXPANSION

Warm development is utilized as a part of our every day life. In thermometers, warm extension is utilized as a part of temperature estimations. To open the top of a jug that is sufficiently tight, submerge it in boiling point water for a moment or something like that. Metal top grows and turns out to be free. It would now be anything but difficult to swing it to open.

To join steel plates firmly together, super hot bolts are constrained through gaps in the plates as appeared in figure 8.18 (a). The end of hot bolt is then pounded. On cooling, the bolts contract and bring the plates firmly grasped.

Press edges are settled on wooden wheels of trucks. Press edges are warmed. Warm extension permits them to slip over the wooden wheel. Water is poured on it to cool. The edge contracts and turns out to be tight over the wheel.

 

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