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Raymond A. Serway + 1 other
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Raymond A. Serway + 1 other
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Textbook Problem

What is wrong with the following statement: “Given any two bodies, the one with the higher temperature contains more heat.”

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The wrong in the statement “given any two bodies, the one with the higher temperature contains more heat”.

Explanation

Heat is amount of energy that flows from a higher temperature body to the low temperature body. It is a measure of hotness.

Heat is a process of transferring energy from higher temperature to lower temperature. The statement “given any two bodies, the one with the higher temperature contains more heat” is wrong.

Q=cmΔT

  • C is the specific heat
  • M is the mass
  • &#

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