A STEEL BALL IS BROUGT IN CONTACT WITH AN NINDENTICAL BALL OF WOOD, THEN THEY WILL BE AT EQUALLY HOT

Asked by  | 9th Apr, 2008, 04:08: PM

Expert Answer:

NO they will not, first of all wood is an insulator, even it you  attach the ball of wood to the steel rod, then the ball which is attached, might get heated  only at that region, but not very much, in short, they will not be equally hot.

Answered by  | 9th Apr, 2008, 05:29: PM

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