Year 9 Assessment Task
Thermal energy (also called heat energy) is produced when a rise in temperature causes atoms and molecules to move faster and collide with each other. The energy that comes from the temperature of the heated substance is called thermal energy.
Thermal Energy - Knowledge Bank - Solar Schools
Which is the best thermal insulator?
(PhysOrg.com) -- With its complete lack of atoms, a vacuum is often considered to be the best known insulator. For this reason, vacuums are regularly used to reduce heat transfer, such as in the lining of a thermos to keep beverages hot or cold.10 Dec 2009
Scientists Create Material More Insulating than the Vacuum - Phys.org
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- Stay Warm with Thermal Insulation - Scientific American