anonymous
  • anonymous
Does sweating reduce body temperature in mammals?
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abb0t
  • abb0t
Yes. When it gets too hot outside, our body tries to cool us down. You shou;d know that sweat is a mixture of \(\sf \color{red}{urea}\) and \(\sf \color{blue}{H_2O}\). As the water (sweat) evaporates off the skin, the skin cools down thus helping to restore normal temperature, consequently keeping us cool.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you very much :) I understand this now
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes, The absorption of heat by the breaking of hydrogen bonds.

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yupx..
shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
Yes. Because that is one of the purposes of sweating.
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