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Not between the two objects, no. They are the same temperature.

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


If those two objects are in contact with each other, they will come to thermal equilibrium, at a temperature some place between the original temperature of the two objects. The actual final temperature will depend on the specific heat capacity of each object, the mass of each object and the temperature of each object.


The object with the lower average temperature will take heat from the other object until both objects have the same temperature.


There is a transfer of heat energy from the object at higher temperature to the object at lower temperature, which continues until the two objects are at the same temperature as each other.


you mean the solid form of CO2?? Because heat is transferred to the dry ice from the other object, removing thermal energy and lowering its temperature.


No, there will only be a spontaneous transfer of heat if the objects are at different tempratures.No, there will only be a spontaneous transfer of heat if the objects are at different tempratures.No, there will only be a spontaneous transfer of heat if the objects are at different tempratures.No, there will only be a spontaneous transfer of heat if the objects are at different tempratures.


energy does not go or come from anywhere it is rather transferred from all other objects in the ecosystem



It is conduction, where heat from hotter objects are transferred to cooler ones when they come in contact. However, they must touch each other before it takes place. It happens to any matter although their speed differs (solids transfer heat faster than liquids, with gas being the slowest)


because when two objects are brought in contact with each other which are having different temperatures heat flow from higher to lower that is conduction takes place till the temperature of both become equal....


In order for heat to be transferred between two objects by conduction the two object must be in contact with each other two conduct the heat between them.


If two objects were heated quickly to the same temperature, one larger in size than the other, then they would cool at different temperatures. The smaller one would cool faster as it has less mass that is able to hold the higher temperature as long.


just like all other objects in the room, the temperature of the lead will be whatever the room temperature is.


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.


the objects will attract with each other


It's when the objects have a different temperature. As if one object were cold and the other was warm. -lu


The two colliding objects bounce off of each other, some of the momentum from one object will be transferred to the other object.


No. You must take into account the mass of the objects AND the specific heat of the objects.


The ones that feel colder, have better heat conduction.


If they are in close contact, the hot object transfers heat to the cold object until both objects are equal in temperature. After which the temperature loss is reduced at the same rate until both objects have cooled to ambient temperature (the temperature of the surrounding air). If they are not in close contact, then most of the heat is dispersed into the air.


The principle behind this is called heat transfer. Heat transfer says that heat (or thermal energy) always transfers from high energy objects(hot) to a low energy objects(cold). If you touch a stove, what you feel is a large amount of thermal energy being transferred into you through your contact with the stove. The hotter the object, the more thermal energy will be transferred into you. The skin can only handle so much thermal energy, so eventually you'll get burned. On the opposite spectrum, if you touch an ice cube, you feel a cold sensation because thermal energy is transferred from your hand and into the ice cube. So what does this all mean? There is no transfer of cold, just transfer of heat. Heat gets transferred when the temperature of two objects are different and the two objects come into contact. Heat always transfers from higher temp to a colder temp. Your question is asking, how will I not feel hot or cold when touching a block of metal. That would only occur if the metal was the same temperature as you. In reality though, the entire process is very complex. Thermal energy may not be uniformly distributed in the object. Our bodies are not a constant temperature everywhere, it fluctuates from area to area. Our hands also have small sensors that get activated if heat gets transferred away and then there are other sensors that get activated if heat gets transferred into you.


Gravity is caused by the masses of the objects involved. Different objects attract each other, just because they have a certain amount of a property called "mass".Gravity is caused by the masses of the objects involved. Different objects attract each other, just because they have a certain amount of a property called "mass".Gravity is caused by the masses of the objects involved. Different objects attract each other, just because they have a certain amount of a property called "mass".Gravity is caused by the masses of the objects involved. Different objects attract each other, just because they have a certain amount of a property called "mass".


Because the force is can move objects in any other way :p


it's sort of like diffusion, the object with the higher temperature will transfer its energy through conduction to the cooler object. after long enough, they will have the same temperature.




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