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Temperature is a measure of the amount of heat energy an object has.

As per the second law of thermodynamics, heat flows from hotter objects to colder objects. The bigger the difference in temperature, the more heat flows.

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there is a relationship they produce temperature.

energy / time = power, or: energy = time x power

Thermal energy transfer from high temperature to low temperature. The cause of transfer is the temperature difference.

the relationship between gas pressure and temperature is that if the temperature is low,then the molecules of the gas has the active energy and it has low that means that if the temperature is higher,then the molecules have more energy by(joe)

Kinetic energy is a function of temperature. When temperature is increased, so is kinetic energy. When temperature is decreased, kinetic energy follows suit.

The higher the kinetic energy of the molecules, the higher the thermal energy (temperature).

As molecules move more quickly, the temperature increases.

they both have a connection by neutrons of the same energy level of an atom

How does the kinetic energy of solids, liguids, and gases compare

Heat is just a form of energy. Temperature is the average kinetic energy of the particles in a substance.

Directly proportional. As temperature increases so does kinetic energy

Entropy is related to unusable energy. It is related, but it is not the same; the units for entropy are not energy, but energy / temperature.

Temperature and kinetic energy have a proportional relationship; as one increases so does the other. Temperature is essentially the speed to which molecules and atoms in a gas are moving, so the faster they move the higher the temperature is.

The transfer of thermal energy from an object of higher temperature to an object of lower temperature is heat

It is called conduction. The molecules vibrate and the energy transferred between molecules from a high temperature area to a low temperature area.

Conduction:The transfer of energy by collusions between the atoms and molecules in a material. So conduction But others think its heat because heats deffinition is Heat: A transfer of energy from an object to another due to a difference in temperature.

The thermal energy of a particle is directly proportional to its thermodynamic temperature (ie. its temperature in Kelvin).

Other things being equal, at a higher temperature an object will have more energy. This is "thermal energy" or "heat energy"; however, please note that there are other types of energy.

Temperature is a measure of how much energy an object has. Einstein's famous equation states the relationship your asking about; E=mc2. That is, the amount of energy an object has is proportional to its mass multiplied by the speed of light squared.

The study of the relationship between mechanical work, heat and other forms of energy and energy transfer is known as thermodynamics. Thus, thermodynamics is the study of heat, temperature and the conversion of mechanical work into heat and vice-versa.

It's not. A difference in temperature is required in order to drive the transfer of heat.

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