too many things to list.
All material substances, including plastics of every type, can absorb heat to a greater or lesser degree (the measurement of heat absorbing ability is officially known as heat capacity). There are plastics that will melt if you heat them, but they still absorb heat, even as they melt.
I would like to start off by saying that: Energy absorbed by metal = mass of metal x specific heat capacity of metal x change in temperature of the metal If the same amount of energy is given to all three metals, there would be the highest temperature increase in the metal with the lowest specific heat capacity. Therefore, Silver would be the answer.
All properties of matter is affected by heat. Only some solid things arent much affected by heat because their molecules are tightly packed and sticked strongly like diamonds and other solid.
heaters use material what have low specific heat capacity as it means they give off heat slower which preserves the heat to last all day
Heat capacity is a function of temperature so there is no single value that is valid at all temperatures. That said, The heat capacity ranges from about 680 to about 730 J/kg·K. If you just estimate it as 700 J/kg·K you won't be far off.
All kinds of energy can be used to heat things either directly or indirectly. Solar energy can be used to heat things directly. water fall energy or wind energy can be used to heat things through electricity production that in its turn can heat things.
Heat capacity is the amount of heat something can take before it changes temperature by a degree. If we use water as an example, it is said to have a high heat capacity as you need to heat it a lot before it changes temperature at all. Latent means not yet existing. Latent heat is therefore referring to the amount of heat it would take something for it to change state. Water is said to have a high latent heat of vaporisation. That means that it takes a lot of heat to vaporise water. While heat capacity talks about how much heat something can take, latent heat talks about how much heat something requires to cause a change. Similar concepts but they have slight differences.
All pure substances in nature are able to change their state. Solids can become liquids (ice to water) and liquids can become gases (water to vapor) but changes such as these require the addition or removal of heat. The heat that causes these changes is called latent heat. Latent heat however, does not affect the temperature of a substance - for example, water remains at 100°C while boiling. The heat added to keep the water boiling is latent heat. Heat that causes a change of state with no change in temperature is called latent heat. Appreciating this difference is fundamental to understanding why refrigerant is used in cooling systems. It also explains why the terms 'total capacity' (sensible & latent heat) and 'sensible capacity' are used to define a unit's cooling capacity. During the cooling cycling, condensation forms within the unit due to the removal of latent heat from the air. Sensible capacity is the capacity required to lower the temperature and latent capacity is the capacity to remove the moisture from the air.
all living things need food water and heat to live
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A lot of things. It will be extremely hard to list them all.
too many things to list.
Heat is the vibration of the atoms or molecules that make up things. As all atoms can vibrate and all objects are made of atoms, all objects contain heat energy.
no bc it doesnt have the heat and all living things need heat