Surface area does not really affect temperature. It affects heat transfer. A car's radiator has thousands of fins that increase the surface area to increase heat transfer between the air and water. The radiator is a heat exchanger that follows the rules found here
Based on heat transfer, surface area can indirectly affect temperature. If your house is surrounded by a paved road the temperature will not be as warm as if it were located in the center of a huge parking lot. The larger parking lot area can convert more radiant energy from the sun and release more to the air surrounding your house.
The rate of a reaction is affected by surface area, concentration, and temperature.
atmospheric pressure exerted on the liquid's surface, temperature, surface area of the liquid
Higher the surface area of an object, higher is its ability to radiate heat.
Temperature and surface area
there is no effect of either
How does the angle of light affect the temperature of a surface?
They can all affect the rate of a chemical reaction.
Surface area Temperature Concentration gradient
As the temperature rises, surface tension decreases.
the factors that affect sollubilty are * stirring * temperature * state of subdivision * the surface area
concentration of oxygenconcentration of glucosetemperature(they all affect the rate of respiration and hence affect the rate of active transport)Note that surface area can also affect the rate as the # of protein carriers will increase with increase in surface area.Mafruha
length, surface area, concentration gradient, temperature and molecular weight
The surface area of reactants and light also may affect the rate of a reaction.
As the surface area increases so does the friction.
Factors that may affect Diffusion rates are: Temperature, Concentration, Different tissue types, Molecular size, Surface area to volume ratio.
Concentration of reactant, temperature and surface area like texture. Also if there is a catalyst involved.
The larger the surface area the faster the rate of heat loss will be.
The nature of the reactants Surface area exposed Concentration Temperature Catalyst
Vapor pressure of the liquid, ambient pressure, temperature, and surface area of the liquid.
the factors which affect the rate of diffusion are: temperature, surface area, diffusion distance, size of particles,permeability,and concentration difference.
The larger the surface area is, the higher the rate of evapouration.
The most major affect the hydrosphere has on the atmosphere would be evaporation. As water transfers between the two, it evaporates at a rate equivalent to the surface temperature of the area. As you reach the equator, the surface temperature rises, which causes more water to evaporate at the hydrosphere.
TemperaturePressureConcentration (and homogeneity)Surface areaThe presence of catalysts or inhibitors
concentration, temperature, surface area and the use of a catalyst aswell as the angle and pressure
temperature surface area presence of catalyst concentration of solvent (if any)