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Do cold objects contain heat energy. Explain

Question asked by: appuswathi

Asked on: 31 May 2010

Yes cold objects do contain heat energy, in the sense that heat is a measure of temperature / movement of the particles.

And cold objects still have atoms that move, just more slowly than in something that is hot, so they have less energy but they still have some energy unless they are at the absolute zero temperature.

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Replied at: 02 Jun 2010
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