How does my heat go from hot to cold?
There is no adequent heat- thermal.
The heat will transfer from the hot material to the cold material. Heat tends to go where it is not.
Hot looses heat and becomes cold. If something is colder than the surroundings then it will absorb heat from the surroundings until the system is (locally) at equilibrium.
Heat always travels (naturally) from Hot to Cold. There are processes that you can input energy to make heat go from cold to hot.
Heat "travels" from hot to cold, always.
Hot to cold hot travels towards cold
Heat has the natural tendency to travel from hot objects to cold objects. Heat has the natural tendency to travel from hot objects to cold objects. Heat has the natural tendency to travel from hot objects to cold objects. Heat has the natural tendency to travel from hot objects to cold objects.
Heat flows from hot objects to cold.
no hot to cold
heat dosent travel from cold objects to hot objects ,it only travels fron hot to cold objects
heat travel from a hot object first then to cold object!
Heat will flow from the hot pan to the cold water.
It moves from hot to cold. Cold is not a thing, it is actually the absence of heat. All heat is is vibrations of particles so, something that is "hot" is just vibrating much quicker than something that is "cold"
Yes (with the exception of absolute zero) but the energy in hot and cold is always heat energy. (Cold is defined as the absence of heat)
Penguins die in the heat because when they are born they are already used to the cold if they go to a place that is hot they will die.
Hot water has the energy(heat) to make the change go faster
It doesn't idiots! Heat energy transfer form hot to cold...there's no such thing. Heat is how much energy is in something. Energy doesn't get cold. Cold is a lack of energy.
Heat and heat make it cold, but cold and hot would just make smoke
The Scientific name for poor conductors of heat are called Insulators. Insulators keep hot thongs hot and cold things cold. Like a hot and cold bag.
The heat is released in the environmement by convection.
Heat travels from hot to cold.
temperature can be hot or cold, heat is diff variations of hot.
because when something hot touches something cold the heat touches the surface of the cold thing making it burn and spread the heat around making it warm.
Cold water will freeze first. Before hot water can freeze, it must dissipate its stored heat. Its stored heat is what makes it hot. Cold water does not have to do this before freezing.
Heat will flow from a hot object to a cold object until the objects reach the same abount of heat .
Heat travels from Hot to cold. Not up!
heat is the kind of hot or cold
Heat is the measure of something hot or cold.
From hot to cold.
From "hot" to "cold".
Heat flows from hot to cold. This is because molecules spread around and it goes from hot to cold until thermal equilibrium is reached.
No. Energy (in the form of heat) can only flow from hot to cold.
Temperature says nothing if it is cold or hot. Heat means only hot.
There is no such thing as "transfer of cold". Only heat can be transmitted. If it seems that "cold" is transmitted from a cold object to a hot one, it really works the other way - the heat (for example, in the form of infrafred radiation) goes from the hot object to the cold object.
Temperature is a physical property and it determines how hot or cold an object is. Heat flow is always from hot to cold.
Because heat can either be hot which is positive, or cold which is negative. Hot and cold are relative terms which means it is a comparison to another temperature.
Heat can flow from cold to hot substances. It's flow depends on the total amount of heat of the substance not on the temperature. It flows from the substance which has more heat to the substance which has less heat stored in it.
It Works by the heat or the cold like if your hot your body temperature changes so that your body becomes hotter. The ink will become hot and rise up, the ink will be cold an go down.
Heat always moves from Hot to cold. Think about your hands in winter...the heat moves out of them because the weather is so cold....you put them on a radiator because it's hotter so the heat moves into your hands. Heat moves from Hot to Cold.
An object loses heat because all warmth flows into colder objects. For example, if you are holding a cup of hot cocoa on a cold winter day the heat of the cocoa will go into your cold hands. This is an example of thermal energy.
From hot objects to cold.
from hot to cold
From cold to hot.
from hot to cold :D
From hot to cold.
What happens to the temperatures of a hot and cold substance when they come into contact with each other?
The heat migrate from hot to cold by conduction.
A tropical rain forest is more cold that hot but contains some heat as well.
The opposite condition from cold is hot. The opposite of cold as a experienced condition (the cold) would be the heat. Cold and hot express relative variations in thermal energy (molecular energy), so that an object cannot not possess greater cold, but rather less heat. *The opposite of a cold person would be warm, kind, or considerate. hot
Ice cream is meant to be kept in the cold. It doesn't do well in heat, causing it to melt. It's because cold doesn't go with hot...
It shows to go you that the cold solid object has much more than enough specfic cold to absorbe the heat of the liguid.
Heat flows from area of higher temperature to lower temperature. Heat is a process. There is really no such thing as cold, just the absence of heat which we experience as cold. This is a reason why "cold" does not flow to hot, but rather heat flows to areas of lower temperature. You can think of it as an equilibrium. Hot surfaces dissipate heat to conform to the environment it is in. If something was… Read More