Which property will eventually be the same for two objects after heat is transferred between them?
What is it called when objects have the same temperature and the energy is no longer being transferred between two objects?
When measured on Earth, it is the property of weight. Related information: Gravitational force is a force between two objects, given by this formula: Fg = G M1 M2 / r2 Fg = the gravitational force. r = the straight line distance between the centers of the two objects. M1 and M2 = the masses of the two objects, respectively. G = the gravitational constant.
What term describes the transfer of energy between objects that have different average kinetic energies?
When two objects have heat transferred between them do they have the same or different temperatures?
OK, let's see an example. Two objects of the same mass and same material (for simplicity) have temperatures of 50Â° and 60Â°, respectively. When heat is transferred between them, they may have temperatures of, say, 51Â° and 59Â°; later 52Â° and 58Â°, etc.; this will continue until they have the same temperature. But if they only have contact for a brief time, they will not necessarily have the same temperature - it needs a certain…
I think the question that was meant to be asked was "What is one that thermal energy can be transferred between two objects" There are three means of heat transfer. One is conduction, which occurs when two objects are touching each other directly, and their temperatures will eventually equalize assuming that it is a closed system(meaning no heat is being added to the objects, and none is being taken away). A second is called radiation…