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Heat Transfer: Test Your Understanding Teacher's Guide + ward ' s science What conditions are required for heat transfer between states of matter to occur? In what direction will heat transfer occur? What are the three kinds of heat transfer? How do they differ? Critical Thinking: Why do gases have a lower thermal conductivity than solids? Critical Thinking: A baker is cooking two loaves of bread in an oven. One loaf is in a glass pan. The other loaf is in a metal pan that is otherwise identical to the glass pan. Which loaf of bread will be done cooking first? Why? Support your answer using principles of conduction, convection, and/or radiation.

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