What happens when an object at a high temperature touchs an object at lower temperature?
Heat is conducted form the high temperature body to the low temperature body until their temperatures are the same.
When an object loses some of its heat, its temperature decreases (gets lower). Read More
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. Read More
What is the transfer of thermal energy from an object of higher temperature to an object of lower temperature?
The transfer of thermal energy from an object of higher temperature to an object of lower temperature is heat Read More
The object with the lower average temperature will take heat from the other object until both objects have the same temperature. Read More
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. Read More
Yes, this happens spontaneously. It actually flows both ways, but the hotter object loses energy faster, so the system will try to reach equilibrium. Read More
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Energy that flows from an object with a higher temperature to an object with a lower temperature is?
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Heat. Read More
Temperature to an object with a lower temperature Read More
What is energy that flows from an object with higher temperature to an object with lower temperature?
Heat energy. Read More
It isn't possible to transfer heat from an object at a lower temperature to another object at a higher temperature unless?
It isn't possible to transfer heat from an object at a lower temperature to another object at higher temperature unless work is done to the system. An example of this is a refrigerator. Read More
Heat flows from an object of higher temperature to an object of lower temperature. Read More
According to Charles law, the volume of gas decreases with lower temperatures and increases with higher temperatures Read More
Heat will will move from an object of higher temperature to an object of lower temperature Read More
The temperature of an object affects how much heat can be transferred. This is because if the object to which heat is transferred has high temperature then there will not be much heat transfer. Heat flows from a body of higher temperature to lower temperature. Read More
When two objects at difference temperatures touch, they both decrease or increase to result in the same temperatures so that it's at equilibrium. To change in temperature, the heat energy from the the object with the higher temperature will always flow to the object with the lower temperature. This is also the definition of heat and is not to be mistaken with temperature. Heat is the transfer of energy from an object with a higher… Read More
Thermal energy that flows from a higher temperature to a lower temperature is called heat. Heat is energy that flows from one object to another, because of a temperature difference. Read More
According to the second law of thermodynamics it is not possible to transfer heat from an object at a lower temperature to another object at a higher temperature unless work is done?
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What term refers to the flow of energy from an object at a higher temperature to object at a lower temperature?
There are three ways thermal energy can be transferred: conduction, convection, and radiation. Read More
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Because the temperature of the object is lower than the temperature of the water. When the object is sunk, the water temperature drops below boiling. Read More
According to the second law of thermodynamics, it is not possible to transfer heat from an object at a lower temperature to another object at a higher temperature unless work is done?
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It depends on what substance/object you're talking about, but ultimately you need to remove heat in order to lower the temperature. Read More
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. Read More
It depends on what their heat capacities are and the difference in temperature is. Normally, there will be a net energy flow from the object with higher T to the one with lower, causing the first' T to lower and the second's to rise. Read More
At lower pressures the boiling point is lower. Read More
Yes, provided its own temperature is lower than that of the incident rays. Read More
Higher the temperature the lower the density Read More
What is the energy that flows from one object with a higher temperature to one with a lower temperature?
It's the heat energy. "The energy can neither be created or nor destroyed but can be transformed from one form to another". If one system is with higher temperature and if another system of lower temperature is placed, the temperature gradually moves from higher to lower. Read More
Why does thermal energy always move from an object with lower temperature to an object with higher temperature?
It doesn't. It's the other way round. Particles in the hotter object are vibrating faster than those in the cooler one. When they collide with each other energy is shared, increasing the temperature of the cooler object and decreasing that of the hotter one. Read More
The balloon shrinks to a smaller volume, cause pressure is lower at lower temperature Read More
The speed of a particle decreases with decreasing temperature. Decreasing temperature is associated with lower energy states, and the particle will have a lower energy state. It will be moving with less kinetic energy. Read More
What is the term to refer to movement of thermal energy from a substance with a higher temperature to one at a lower temperature?
The increase in the kinetic energy of a material's particles from an object of higher temperature to one of lower temperature is known as heat transference. heat Read More
True or false According to the second law of thermodynamics it is not possible to transfer heat from an object at a lower temperature to another object at a higher temperature unless work is done?
True, that is how a heat pump works. Read More
It's pitch becomes lower. Read More
It usually gets lower. Read More
You will sweat when a fever breaks. It resets your internal temperature lower. Until the body has readjusted to the lower internal temperature, it will sweat. This usually happens while you are sleeping. Read More
it freezes at a lower temperature than pure water. Read More
What happens to the temperature of a substance (solid liquid or gas) when it loses some of its kinetic energy?
The temperature is lower. Read More
It depends how much lower it is. Temperature varies a lot and if it is only somewhat lower, it is normal. Yet, if it is considerably lower, such as two or three degrees lower and you feel sick, you could have a number of things wrong with you. Hypothermia... etc... Read More
Yes. Temperature in Kelvins a measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles that make up the substance. The higher the temperature the greater the kinetic energy. The lower the temperature the lower the kinetic energy. At absolute zero there is no movement of particles, hence no kinetic energy. Read More
Contaminated water also freeze, but the temperature of freezing can be lower. Read More
the temperature gets lower as you get higher. That'swhy there is ice caps on top of the mountain. Read More
Any object that has a temperature lower than the temperature of the surroundings and which is not isolated from the surroundings will release heat to the surroundings until the temperatures are equal. Read More
Lower its temperature. Increase the pressure on it. Read More
Heat is a form of energy that is or can be released by a substance or object. Temperature is a comparative measure of the energy being released from a substance or object, as evidenced by the motion of its molecules. A higher temperature usually means more energy available to be released. Objects with a higher temperature tend to lose energy to those at a lower temperature. Read More
no the angle of sunlight does not matter unless the sunlight is blocked by an other object than it would be 2c lower but the angle does not matter in temperature wise. Read More
Water doesn't GAIN but LOSS thermal energy when it gets a lower temperature: that's what 'temperature is all about!! Read More