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No,two objects at different temperature does not have the same thermal energy because both objects have different temperature .object with high temperature has more thermal energy and the object with low temperature has less thermal energy.

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Yes.Since temperature is the average kinetic energy of all of the particles (i.e., thermal energy/mass) and thermal energy is the total, two objects of different mass and different internal energies can have the same temperature.Also, another way of looking at it:If you have two objects of the same temperature and different masses, and multiply that temperature by the masses of the objects, you will get their thermal energies, which will be different for both objects.


The thermal conductivity temperature of different objects vary from one object to another. When the two objects are placed together, there will be a change in temperature through heat conduction.



All thermal energy flows from high temperature objects to low temperature objects. This is the nature of thermal energy.


thermal energy(heat) transfer to cooler objects...............................................................................................................


You have to have two objects at different temperatures near each other, when two or more objects have the same temperature.


Thermal energy Q = m s t. Now though the thermal energy is the same, if size differs then m would differ. So more m, less temperature or less mass then higher temperature. More over if the objects are of different materials, then temperature would differ.


When the temperature of the two objects is equal, the Thermal Flow will stop.



when the temperature of both object (near or touching with each other) is different. the larger the temperature difference, the more thermal energy is transfered; from the object with higher temperature to the one with lower temperature.


What determines an objects temperature. The higher the temperature the faster the particles move, the more Kinetic Energy they have and the greater the objects Thermal energy=) Haha I am superr dupper dumb


Yes. If you have two objects of the same mass, same material, and same temperature, the objects will have the same thermal energy.


An objects temperature and the number of particles


When both objects have the same temperature. ∞




Thermal energy will stop flowing when neighboring objects have the same temperature.


the thermal energy of both will remain constant as there would be no thermal energy transfer


At thermal equilibrium, two objects reach the same temperature. An object with a higher temperature transfers heat to an object with a lower temperature when they are in contact.


Thermal Equilibrium is achieved when two objects reach the same temperature and exchange energy through heat. Eventually the temperature between the two objects will be equal and will stop exchanging heat. At this point, They are in a state of Thermal Equilibrium.


The transfer of thermal energy through objects in physical contact is called conduction.



because thermal energy doesn't depend only on the temperature of an object but also form its mass so the objects might have different amount of mass


Temperature is the measurement of the average thermal energy in an object. If two different sized rocks have the same temperature, then the bigger one has more thermal energy.


from higher temperature to lower temperature so lower.



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