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    2. What was the important new result shown by Joule's experiment involving paddles stirring known quantities of water? (Points : 3) The energy transferred by work is equivalent to the energy transferred by heat. Mechanical energy can be used to stir liquids. Liquids have a definite volume but no definite shape. It takes work to paddle the water.

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    @rajathsbhat @Jonask

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    The energy transferred by work is equivalent to the energy transferred by heat.

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    can you help me with other ones?

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    i will try lets start fresh

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    ok

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