anonymous
  • anonymous
Please tell me what is the difference between HEAT and TEMPERATURE
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Heat would just be a physical quantity, Temperature is a quantitative measure of heat present in a body.
anonymous
  • anonymous
so basically there is no difference...??? I mean, apart from measurement
anonymous
  • anonymous
heat is like the cause more heat more will be temperature, When you want to increase temerature you supply heat.What sort of answer are u looking for?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i was confused...by the concept that if heat and temp are same thing, then why do we need to classify it differently
anonymous
  • anonymous
Its not same, heat is like energy temperature is like the amount of vibration the molecules possess.
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmmm...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Heat : The total amount of kinetic energy stored within a system or body Temperature : The average amount of kinetic energy stored within a system or body

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