No, energy will transfer between any adjacent bodies, moreover, a medium is not necessary for energy to transfer between objects at all. That would be a little thing called radiation.
Heat energy is transferred by conduction, convection and radiation. In a vacuum, heat energy can only be transferred by radiation.
No, heat can only travel through solids by conduction.
Conduction - the process by which heat or electricity is directly transmitted through a substance when there is a difference of temperature or of electrical potential between adjoining regions, without movement of the material.
Well heat radiation is this only way in which heat energy can pass through a vacuum
The only way thermal heat can travel through a solid object is by conduction.
energy is lost through heat excretion and movement
Because radiation is the only method that works in the vacuum of space.
S-waves travel only through solids.
Heat can be transferred by three different ways. They are Conduction, Convection and Radiation.
Heat transfer occurs by convection, conduction and radiation. In conduction, heat is transferred through collision of rapidly moving molecules. It is only through successive collision of molecules that heat transfers through an object.
Heat can only be transferred if there IS a temperature difference. (If two objects have the same temperature, nothing will happen).
it is transferred by conduction because heat only moves from hot to cold places andbecausethe inside of the kettle is hotter than the kitchen, so it conducts some heat energy out to the room
heat is transferred only from high energetic concentration to low energetic concentration. therefore heat cant be transferred in any usual way.
Only by radiation. Infrared waves waves don't require a material medium to pass through. Heat energy is transmitted even through vacuum in the form of infrared waves. We get heat energy from sun in this way.
Transverse waves only travel through solids. These are also known as S waves.
Electromagnetic waves can traverse through empty space. Heat is transferred right from Sun to earth only through empty space
If there is no temperature difference, no heat energy will be transferred.
Since most of the time we are concerned with heat being transferred via conduction, the denser the material, the easier it is to conduct heat. Except for the rare anomaly (think ice vs liquid water) solids are denser than their corresponding liquid forms. All that is a gross simplification of course. Many liquids heat quite a bit better than solids and convection (which can occur in liquids but not solids) can greatly aid in the speed of "heating up", so the generalization that solids heat up faster than liquids is only a tendency rather than a rule.
Earthquakes can only happen in solids. Earthquake waves are a different matter:p-waves can travel through both solids and liquidss-waves can only travel through solidssurface waves (e,g, Rayleigh waves, Love waves) can only travel on the surface of solidsetc.
P waves can travel through both solids and liquids while S waves can only pass through solids.
conduction is the transfer of heat in solids while convection is the heat transfer through fluids.conduction is only achieved by materials with electons in onvection currents are formed and hence the transfer of heat
S waves: tranverse and they can only travel through solids P waves: longitudinal and they can only travel through solids and liquids
Because in solids the positions of the smallest components (atoms or molecules) are fixed relative to each other. There is therefore no possibility of heat transfer by convection. The only modes available to a solid are thermal vibration interactions and thermal radiation.
P waves can travel through gas, solids, and liquids and Swaves can only travel through solids.
Heat is a form of energy. Atoms of a certain material begin to tremble very fast when heated and pass this movement on to other atoms. So I think -not shure, heat/ energy can only be passed through material, and so it is not possible in a vacuum.