## Tamilnadu Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Solutions Term 2 Chapter 1 Heat

### Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Heat Textual Evaluation

Heat Lesson For Class 6 Question 1.
When an object is heated, the molecules that make up the object
(a) begin to move faster
(b) lose energy
(c) become heavier
(d) become lighter
(a) begin to move faster

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Term 2 Question 2.
The unit of heat is
(a) newton
(b) joule
(c) volt
(d) Celsius
(b) Joule

6th Standard Science Heat Question 3.
One litre of water at 30°C is mixed with one litre of water at 50°C. The temperature of the mixture will be
(a) 80°C
(b) More than 50°C but less than 80°C
(c) 20°C
(d) around 40°C
(d) around 40°C

Science Term 2 Question 4.
An iron ball at 50°C is dropped in a mug containing water at 50°C. The heat will
(a) flow from iron ball to water.
(b) not flow from iron ball to water or from water to iron ball.
(c) flow from water to iron ball.
(d) increase the temperature of both.
(b) not flow from iron ball to water or from water to iron ball

II. Fill up the blanks:

1. Heat flows from a ______ body to a ______ body.
2. The hotness of the object is determined by its ______
3. The SI unit of temperature is ______
4. Solids on heating and ______ on cooling.
5. Two bodies are said to be in the state of thermal ______ if there is no transfer of heat taking place.

1. higher temperature, lower temperature
2. temperature
3. kelvin
4. expand, contract
5. equilibrium

III. True or False. If False, give the correct statement:

Samacheer Kalvi Guru 6th Science Question 1.
Heat is a kind of energy that flows from a hot body to a cold body.
True

6th Science Heat Lesson Question 2.
Steam is formed when heat is released from water.
False. Ice is formed when heat is released from water.

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Guide Term 2 Question 3.
Thermal expansion is always a nuisance.
False. Thermal expansion is always beneficial.

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Question 4.
Borosilicate glass do not expand much on being heated.
True

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Solution Question 5.
The unit of heat and temperature are the same.
False. The unit of heat and temperature are different

IV. Give reasons for the following:

6th Science Samacheer Kalvi Question 1.
An ordinary glass bottle cracks when boiling water is poured into it, but a borosilicate glass bottle does not.
The reason is that the borosilicate glass do not expand much on being heated and therefore they do not crack.

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Guide Question 2.
The electric wire which sag in summer become straight in winter.
In summer the electric wire is expanded by high temperature. So it sags in summer. In winter die electric wire is contracted by low temperature. Hence it becomes straight in winter.

6th Science Term 2 Question 3.
|Rivet is heated before fixing in hole to join two metal plates.

1. When we heat rivet expansion takes place and become soft.
2. One end of the rivet is hammered to form a new head.
3. When cooled, rivet will contract and hold tightly.

V. Match the following:

 1. Heat 0°C 2. Temperature 100°C 3. Thermal Equilibrium kelvin 4. Ice cube No heat flow 5. Boiling water joule

 1. Heat joule 2. Temperature kelvin 3. Thermal,Equilibrium No heat flow 4. Ice cube 0°C 5. Boiling water 100°C

VI. Analogy:

Heat Class 6 Question 1.
Heat: Joule :: Temperature : _______
kelvin

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Book Solutions Question 2.
Ice cube : 0°C :: Boiling water : _______
100°C

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Book Back Answers Question 3.
Total Kinetic Energy of molecules: Heat:: Average Kinetic Energy: _______
Temperature

Samacheer Kalvi Guru 6 Science Question 1.
Make a list of electrical equipments at home which we get heat from.
Water heater, Iron box, Electric kettle, Micro oven.

Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Answers Question 2.
What is the temperature?

1. The measurement of warmness or coldness of a substance is known as temperature.
2. SI unit is Kelvin.
3. Other units : Celsuis, Fahrenheit

6th Standard Science Term 2 Question 3.
What is thermal expansion?
The expansion of a substance on heating is called the thermal expansion.

Kalvi Guru 6th Science Question 4.
What do you understand by thermal equilibrium?
Thermal equilibrium exists when two objects in thermal contact no longer affect each other’s temperature (or) Both the objects are in same temperature they are in thermal equilibrium.

Heat Samacheer Kalvi Question 1.
What difference do you think heating the solid will make in their molecules?

1. When we heat solids the vibrations and movement of molecules will increase.
2. The temperature of the object increases.
3. The distance between molecules will increase.

Question 2.
Distinguish between heat and temperature.

 S.No, Heat Temperature 1. Heat not only depends on the temperature of the substance but also depends on how many molecules are there in the object. Temperature is related to how fast the atoms or molecules move or vibrate within the substance 2. Heat measures the total Kinetic Energy of the molecules in the substance. Temperature measures the average kinetic energy of molecules. 3. SI Unit: Joule SI Unit: Kelvin 4. Unit: Joules, Calories Unit: Fahrenheit, Celsius, Kelvin 5. It has the ability to do work It can be used to measure the degree of heat

Question 1.
Explain thermal expansion with suitable examples.
Thermal expansion:
The expansion of a substance on heating is called, the thermal expansion of that substance.

Fitting the iron rim on the wooden wheel:

1. The diameter of the iron ring is slightly less than that of the wooden wheel.
2. So, it cannot be easily slipped on from the rim of wooden wheel.
3. The iron ring is, therefore, first heated to a higher temperature so that it expands in size and the hot ring is then easily slipped over to the rim of the wooden wheel.
4. Coldwater is now poured on the iron ring so that it contracts in size and holds the wooden wheel tightly.

Rivetting:

1. Rivets are used to join two steel plates together.
2. Hot rivet is driven through the hole in the plates.
3. One end of the rivet is hammered to form a new rivet head.
4. When cooled, the rivet will contract and hold the two plates tightly together.

Cracking of a thick glass tumbler:

1. Glass is a poor conductor of heat.
2. When hot liquid is poured into the tumbler, the inner surface of the tumbler becomes hot and expands while the outer surface remains at the room temperature and does not expand.
3. Due to this unequal expansion, the tumbler cracks.

X. Questions based on Higher Order Thinking Skills:

Question 1.
When a window is accidentally left open on a winter night, will you feel uncomfortable because the cold is getting in, or because the heat is escaping from the room?

1. When a window is left open on winter night I will feel uncomfortable because the heat is escaping from the room.
2. Heat will transfer from high temperature to low temperature.
3. During winter cold air enter into room, so room temperature will decrease.

Question 2.
Suppose your normal body temperature were lower than what it is. How would the sensation of hot and cold change?
If the normal body temperature, (37°C or 98.6°F) is lower than what it is, then it is called hypothermia.

In such a case, the body feels cold sensation. When we are too cold, our blood vessels narrow. This reduces blood flow to our skin to save body heat. We may start to shiver. When the muscles tremble this way, it helps to make more heat.

Hypothermia can be serious one or even deadly. Low body temperature usually happens from being out in cold weather. But it may also be caused by alcohol or drug use, going into shock, or certain disorders such as diabetes or low thyroid.

A low body temperature may occur with an infection. This is most common in newborns, older adults, or people who are frail. A very bad infection may also cause an abnormal low body temperature.

Question 3.
If you heat a circular disk with a hole, what change do you expect in the diameter of the hole? Remember that the effect of heating increases the separation between any pair of particles.

1. If I heat a circular disk with a hole the diameter of the hole will increase.
2. Because thermal expansion takes place when we heat the disk.

### Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Heat Intext Activities

Activity 1

Question 1.
Take three bowls. Pour very cold water in the first bowl. (you can also add ice cube for cooling). Place luke warm water in the second. Half fill the third with hot water (-not hot enough to burn!)

Set them in a row on the table, with the lukewarm water in the center. Place your right hand in the cold water, and your left hand in the hot water. Keep them in for a few minutes. Then take them out, shake off the water and put both into the middle bowl. How do they feel?
I feel that my right hand’s coldness is changed into warm condition, because my right hand’s temperature is increased.
I feel that my left hand’s heat is decreased and it is also in wann condition. Here, my left hand’s temperature is decreased.

Activity 2

Question 1.
The Temperature of Boiling Water.
Take water in a vessel and place the vessel on a stove. Fix the thermometer as shown in figure (Caution: The thermometer should not touch the vessel in which the water is being heated. Otherwise the thermometer will be broken at high temperature.)

All students have to read the temperature of the water and note the reading on the blackboard. Do you notice that the temperature is raising?
What is the temperature of water when it is boiling? _______
The temperature of water when boiling is 100°C.

Question 2.
Does the temperature of the boiling water rise further after that?
No. the temperature of the boiling water does not rise further after 100°C.

Guess and Write:
(Check your assumption with the help of a thermometer.)
Approximate temperature of the tea when you drink ________
Approximate temperature of cool lemon juice when you drink ________
Approximate temperature of the tea when you drink 70°C.
Approximate temperature of cool lemon juice when you drink 20°C.

Question 3.
Is Neela correct?
Beaker A and B has water at 80°C. Then pour the water of A and B to an empty beaker C. Now, What is the A temperature of the water in the beaker C? Neela says it will be 160°C.

What is your opinion? Does Neela say correctly? Make a guess and verify it experimentally.
My opinion is that the temperature will not change. Approximately it will be 80°C only. Neela’s answer is wrong.
Beaker A and Beaker B has water at 80°C. So both beaker has 80°C temperature. Two beakers are in thermal equilibrium. So heat is not transfered to other objects.

Activity 3

Question 1.
Take one litre water in a pan, and heat it on a stove. Calculate the time taken to start boiling, (i.e. the time taken to thermometer reading goes up to 100°C). Take five litre water in another pan and heat it on the same stove. Calculate the time taken by the water to start boiling.

In which pan the water starts to boil earlier?
[ ] One litre water
[ ] Five litre water.
[✓] One litre water

Question 2.
Both, however, show a temperature of 100°C at the boiling point. Five litre water takes more time to boil i.e. more heat is needed to boil the larger amount of water. So, five litre boiling water has more heat energy than one litre water. Place an open can of lukewarm water in each pan. Observe their temperature to find out which can gets hotter.
In which can water shows quick rise in temperature?
[ ] Can in One litre boiled water
[ ] Can in five litre boiled water.
[✓] Can in five litre boiled water.

Question 3.
You can see that, five litre water pan will raise the can of water to a higher temperature. Though, both pans of boiling water have the temperature of 100°C the five litre water can give off more heat energy than one litre water. Because it has more heat energy, and gives more energy to the water in the can.
Which has more heat energy in each pair? Put ✓ mark.

The temperature determines the direction of flow of heat.

Question 1.
You are holding a hot cup of coffee, would the Heat energy transfer from

(a) Your body to the coffee, or
(b) The coffee to your body?
(b) The coffee to your body

Question 2.
You are standing outside on a summer day. It is 40°C outside (note that normal body temperature is 37°C). Would the Heat energy transfer from.

(a) Your body to the air particles, or
(b) The air particles to your body?
(b) The air particles to your body

Question 3.
You are standing outside on a winter day. It is 23°C outside. Would the heat’ energy transfer from:

(a) Your body to the air particles, or
(b) The air particles to your body?
(a) Your body to the air particles

Activity 4
Hammer a nail into a tin can. Ease the nail out. Put it in again to make sure that the hole is large enough for the nail. Then, holding the nail with a pair of pliers, scissors or forceps, heat the nail over a candle, in hot water, or over the stove. Try to put it into the hole in the can.

I see that: ________________________________
I will see that, now it is hard to put the nail into the hole. Heat expands solids.
The molecules in the solid move faster, spread apart and occupy more space.

Activity 5

Question 1.

Linear Expansion
Take a bulb, dry cell, candle, cycle spoke, coin (or broad – headed nail) and two wooden blocks.

Place one end of the cycle spoke on a wooden block and connect an electric wire to it. Put a stone over the spoke) to hold it firmly in place on the wooden block, as shown in Figure . The spoke should be parallel to the ground. Place the second wooden block under the free end of the spoke. Wrap some electric wire around the coin (or nail) and place it on the block. You may put a stone over the coin to hold it in place.
Connect a bulb and dry cell to the free ends of the wires connected to the coin and the spoke and make the circuit shown in the figure.

When the tip of the free end of the spoke touches the coin, the circuit is completed and the bulb lights up. Check to ensure this. If the bulb does not light up, it means the circuit is not complete, so check your connections properly. (Note: We will learn about electric circuit elaborately in electricity lesson.) Now slide a page of your book between the coin and spoke and then slide it out. That way you would get a gap between the coin and spoke equal to the thickness of the sheet of paper,

1. Does the bulb light up? If it does not, what could be the reason? ___________________
You saw that the bulb does not light up when the spoke does not touch the coin. Now light the candle and heat the spoke with it.
2. Did the bulb light up after the spoke was heated for some time?
3. If it did, then explain how the spoke touched the coin after it was heated.
4. Why does the bulb go off some time after the candle is taken away from the spoke?
5. What happens to the length of the spoke when it is heated or cooled?

1. The bulbs is not light up, because, the coin and the spoke do not touch it. The circuit is not completed.
2. Yes, the bulb is light up, because the spoke is heated the circuit is completed.
3. When the spoke is heated, it will be expanded. Here, linear expansion takes place. So it touched the coin.
4. After removing the candle, the spoke does not get the heat. The spoke is returned to its original state. So it does not touch the coin once again and the bulb goes off.
5. The length of the spoke is expanded when the spoke is heated.

Activity 6

Question 1.
Cubical Expansion
Take a metal ring and metal ball of such size that the ball just passes through the ring.
Heat the ball and check whether it passes through the ring.

[ ] Passed through
[ ] Not passed through
[✓] Not passed through

Question 2.
Now let the ball cool down, and check whether it passes through the ring.
[ ] Passed through
[ ] Not passed through
[✓] passed through
Solids expand due to heat and come back to the original state if heat is removed.

Give Reasons for the following

Question 1.
Gaps are left in between rails while laying a railway track.

In summer days, the temperature rises and the rails expand. So, in order to allow expansion at the joints of the rails, a small gap is left in between the rails, while laying a railway track. If such a gap is not left at the joints of the rails, the track will get deformed due to thermal expansion. It will cause derailment of trains.

Question 2.
Gaps are left in between two joints of a concrete bridge.

The gaps in the concrete bridges are knows as expansion joints, Expansion joints are basically gaps in the bridge that allow the bridge to expand (during summer) and contract (during winter). Without these gaps, the bridge will fall apart.

Question 3.
The photographs below show an expansion joint at the end of a bridge in winter and in summer. Which season is shown in each picture? Explain how do you know?

Bridges are made of concrete and steel. These components expand with higher temperature during summer and the gap is minimized in between the joints. So, summer season is shown in Picture B.

During winter, the components (concrete and steel) contract due to lower temperature. Therefore the gap is at maximum in between the joints. So, winter season is shown in Picture A.

### Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Heat Numerical problems

Question 1.
I put a kettle containing 1 litre of cold water on the gas stove, and it takes 5 minutes to reach the boiling point. My friend puts on a small electric kettle, containing 1/2 litre of cold water, and it takes 5 minutes to get up to boiling point. Which gives more heat in 5 minutes?
a. the gas supply; or
b. the electricity supply? Can you say how many times as much?
The gas supply, Two times as much.

Question 2.
One calorie heat energy is needed to raise the temperature of the water from 30°C to 31°C. How much heat energy is needed to raise the temperature of the water from 30°C to 35°C.
For 1°C change in temperature, heat energy needed = 1 Calorie
∴ For 5°C change in temperature heat energy needed = 5 Calories.

### Samacheer Kalvi 6th Science Heat Additional Questions

Question 1.
We reduce the heat by adding ________ while preparing fruit juice.
(a) sugar
(b) lime
(d) ice cubes
(d) salt
(c) ice cubes

Question 2.
The SI unit of temperature is ………..
(a) Calorie
(b) Joule
(c) Celsius
(d) Kelvin
(d) Kelvin

Question 3.
Our normal body temperature is _______
(a) 34°C
(b) 36°C
(c) 35°C
(d) 37°C
(d) 37°C

Question 4.
Two tumblers of A and B have water at 50°C temperature. If the water from A and B is poured into tumbler C. The temperature of C is ………….
(a) 100° C
(b) 0° C
(c) 50° C
(d) between 0° C to 100° C
(c) 50°

Question 5.
______ exists when two objects In thermal contact no longer affect each other’s temperature.
(a) Thermal expansion
(b) Thermal equilibrium
(c) average temperature
(d) coolness
(b) Thermal equilibrium

II. Fill in the blanks:

1. We feel heat on our body when the _______ shines.
2. _______ energy can be generated by the burning of fuels like coal, wood, charcoal, gasoline etc.
3. When _______ flows through a conductor, heat energy is produced.
4. _______ is a form of energy.
5. _______ determines the direction of flow of heat.
6. The coldest temperature in the world was measured in the _______ continent.
7. Temperature measures the _______ kinetic energy of molecules.

1. Sun
2. Heat
3. Electric current
4. Heat
5. Temperature
6. Antarctic
7. average

III. True or False. If False, give the correct statement:

Question 1.
The sun give us light and heat.
True

Question 2.
We can absorb heat by rubbing two surfaces of some substances .
False. We can generate heat by rubbing two surfaces of some substances.

Question 3.
In the past people used to rub two wooden pieces together to light fire.
False. In the past people used to rub two stones together to light fire.

Question 4.
When we cool the object the temperature of the object will be increased.
False. When we heat the object the temperature of the object will be increased.

Question 5.
Two objects are said to be in thermal contact if they can exchange heat energy.
True.

Question 6.
The expansion in volume is called linear expansion.
False. The expansion in length is called linear expansion.

IV. Match the following:

 1. Source of heat (a) heat energy 2. Electric current (b) calorie 3. Gasoline (c) 37°C 4. Unit of heat (d) Electric kettle 5. Human body temperature (e) sun

1. – e
2. – d
3. – a
4. – b
5. – c.

V. Analogy:

Question 1.
Movement of molecules : Heat.
Heat energy: _______
calorie

Question 2.
Expansion is length : Linear expansion.
Expansion in volume : _______
cubical expansion

Question 3.
Ordinary glass : Glass tumbler.
Pyrex glass: _______
Laboratory glassware.

Question 1.
How can heat energy be generated?
Heat energy can be generated by the burning of fuels like wood, Kerosene, Coal, charcoal, gasoline/petrol, oil, etc.

Question 2.
What is heat? Give its units.

1. Heat is an energy that raises the temperature of a thing by causing the molecules in that thing to move faster.
2. Units are Joule, Calorie.

Question 3.
What are the units of heat used?
SI unit of heat is Joule. The unit calorie is also used.

Question 4.
Define one calorie.

1. Total heat is measured by calorie.
2. The amount of heat needed to raise one gram of water by one degree centigrade.

Question 5.
Define – Calorie.
The amount of heat needed to raise one gram of water by one degree Centigrade.

Question 6.
What is thermal expansion?
The expansion of a substance on heating is called the thermal expansion of that substance.

Question 7.
Differentiate linear expansion and cubical expansion.
Linear expansion:

1. The expansion is in length.
2. Ex.: Expansion of railway track rod.

Cubical expansion:

1. The expansion is in volume.
2. Ex.: Expansion of metal ball.

Question 8.
How solids are expanded on heating?
The molecules in the substance move faster when heating, spread apart and occupy more space. So substances expand when heated.

Question 9.
How heat energy is transferred?
Heat energy flows from higher temperature to lower temperature.

Question 10.
What type of glassware is used in laboratories? Why?