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Temperature is dependent on the size of particles the density of particles the energy of particles the identity of particles ------------------------------------------ When gasoline is burned to make an automobile move, mechanical energy is being converted into chemical energy chemical energy is being converted into mechanical energy chemical energy is being converted into potential energy potential energy is being converted into chemical energy

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temperature = average kinetic energy of particles so temperature just depends on the energy of particles
burning 'anything' is a type of chemical reaction called combustion so its the chemical energy that is being converted
and, when gasoline explodes inside cylinder in an automobile, it pushes the piston and the automobile moves. chemical energy -----> mechanical energy

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