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Caloric and Kinetic theories of heat
Experiments that established the principle of conservation of energy
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State whether the statement below is true of false.
In the 18th century heat was regarded as caloric – which was believed to be an invisible fluid that was present in all matter and could neither be created or destroyed.CorrectIncorrect
Rumford made observations and contributed to our understanding of heat today while observing which of the following activitiesCorrectIncorrect
Rumford came to which of the following conclusions about heat.
Select all that apply.CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following observations/activities was attributed to James Joule and helped contribute to our understanding of heat today?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following observations/activities provided evidence against the Caloric Theory and contributed to our understanding of heat today?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following observations/activities helped to establish the principle of the conservation of energy as we understand it today?CorrectIncorrect
Complete the principle of the conservation of energy by filling in the blank spaces.
Energy is neither or but transformed from one form to another.