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hat is the difference between quality and quality of energy? Are both conserved? Is either conserved?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

To determine the difference between the quality and quantity of energy and find which is conserved.

Concept Introduction:

In thermodynamics, the law of conservation of energy states that energy can neither be created nor be destroyed.

Explanation

A quantitative property that transfers a force to an object to make it perform work is known as energy. The mechanical work with the amount of relativity that is produced in the process of conversion is known as energy quality. The process that demands energy, needs the quality of energy at various levels, as the energy loss in one process will use the energy in the other process.

In thermodynamics, quantity of energy is referred as the heat and the quality of energy is referred as the work...

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