Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsPhysics · 1 decade ago


can someone pls give me an example wherein...

"a substance has more heat when hot that when its cold"

plsss i need this to pass my physics subject PLEASE!!!



thank u! thank u! thank u! :))

u will save my day for tomorrow LOLs ^_^V

3 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    just about all substances. pick anything..... say, gummy bears.

    examples of substances that cool when more heat is added are very rare.

    clusters of Na atoms for example

    some models of star core collapses (i.e. supernova explosions) can involve a negative heat capacity too.

    but in general (i.e. for any substance you are familiar with): add heat, temperature increases. remove heat, temperature decreases.


  • 4 years ago

    not one of the solutions till ultimately now are somewhat nicely suited. u=0 and v=0 implies the physique replaced into at relax in the commencing up, and is at relax on the tip. some project like a automobile that one and began at living house, and ended up after it gradual in the parking zone of the procuring mall! Or the motor vehicle that remained at living house in the storage all the time. So, what are you able to declare - on the main that the common acceleration replaced into 0.

  • 1 decade ago

    **go to, hon ..

    they always help me

    when it comes

    to my assignments ..

Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.