Is it possible for heat to flow between two objects with the same internal energy? Can heat flow from an object with less internal energy to one with more internal energy? Defend your answers.
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Solution 16E Heat flows between a body at a higher temperature to one at a lower temperature. Two objects may have same internal energy, but they may have different heat energies. As given in the question, heat flow between two objects will only be possible if one is at a higher temperature than the other, even if they may have same internal energy. 0 Let us consider human body and a piece of hot metal (say 100 C). Internal energy of a human body is very high (as...
Textbook: Conceptual Physics
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