By: Bhumi Patel
- Heat is different than temperature.
- Heat is the amount of thermal energy that exists in matter.
- Temperature is a measurement of thermal energy within an object
- Little thermal energy equals low temperature.
- High thermal energy equals high temperature.
- There are three primary means of heat transfer:
radiation, conduction, and convection.
- Thermal energy, or heat, travels from warmer objects to cooler objects.