TEACHER BACKGROUND: SPECIFICS OF HEAT TRANSFER
thermal radiation at a more intense rate. Heat affects substances in different ways. First, it changes the temperature of an object. If heat is transferred from an object to the surroundings, then the object can cool down and the surroundings can warm up. When heat is transferred to an object by its surroundings, then the object can warm up and
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