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The answer to this obvious quetions is Theremometer it's used to meaure the temperature

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Rubbing your hands together is a classic example of friction. Friction is basically caused when to objects are rubbed against each other. It is a result of the resistance that is produced as a result of the rub. The product of this rubbing is heat. This is why if you might have noticed, y...Read More

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Different materials have different properties. Some allow heat to move through them, whereas others prevent it. These materials have different names. Substances that allow heat to travel through them are called conductors; they are usually metals and are used in cooking to make use of their...Read More

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Heat capacity is known to be the type of heat that is required so that the current degree of the substance or the item can be increased. Specific heat will refer to the type of heat that is needed by the substance or the item so that it will reach the desired outcome. Specific heat is kno...Read More

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A conductor is a type of material which allows heat to easily be transferred through it. Surely you have seen and even used many different kinds of commonly found conductors of heat. When you cook dinner, the frying pan, pot, or baking dish that you are using are conductors of heat which allow...Read More

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The lowest tempture zero to -zero the coldest.......

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The correct answer is answer1. The rest of this I am typing to meet the 10-word minimum requirement.

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The total internal energy of the substance will be increased

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How hot or cold something is
Related to the average molecular kinetic energy in a substance
The measure of kinetic energy of a particle
Measured in fahrenheit, celsius and kelvin

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