When you first step out of the shower, you feel cold. But as soon as you are dry you feel warmer, even though the room temperature does not change. Why?
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Solution 15DQ When we first step out from shower, there will be plenty of water in our body. When this water evaporates, the latent heat of evaporation need to be supplied from our body. Since, in this process, our...
Textbook: University Physics
Author: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
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