If heat life fire isn't used normally, it can lead to serious consequences.
You can actually kill someone with it.
Be very careful when using fire.
1: Do not put flammable items near fire.
2: Never use fire as a kid unless with adult supervision.
3: Never put fire near your clothes.
4: If you got on fire, roll on the floor or get water right away.
Last: When there is a fire, crawl and get out.
Chemical energy is transformed to mechanical energy and some heat energy
When you add heat to an iron nail it will get hot. If enough heat energy is added the nail could melt.
The thermal energy used to toast the bread changes to chemical energy
As heat energy is supplied to a liquid, its temperature rises. The rise of temperature causes a rise in the kinetic energy of the particles; which happens when the speed of the particles increases.
Most of it is converted into heat energy, that is ... it ceases to exist.
If it was cooked properly to begin with and handled appropriately afterward, pork can be reheated.
The way this is handled is that the energy from the nuclear reaction is converted into heat. The remainder is handled like any heat engine; several possibilities exist for this. For example, water might be converted into vapor, and the pressure of the vapor moves turbines.
Basically the same that happens to heat energy left anywhere else. It can stay warm for a while, but eventually, the heat will dissipate.
It transfers into heat energy and/or electrical energy.
Chemical energy is changed to heat energy...
It shouldn't ever asorb heat energy just water
usually dissipated as heat.
They will die
Leaves as heat.
It is stored as heat.