Which of the following is true concerning kinetic-molecular theory and heat transfer between relatively hotter Object A and relatively colder Object B?
A. Molecules of Object A collide with those of Object B, and the molecules in Object B move faster.
B. Molecules of Object A collide with those of Object B, and the molecules in Object B move at the same speed.
C. Molecules of Object B collide with those of Object A, and the molecules in Object A move faster.
D. Molecules of Object B collide with those of Object A, and the molecules in ObjectB move slower.
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the heat of a body is associated to the motion of its molecules. So, if the object A is colder than object B, then the kinetic energy of each molecule of the object B, is greter than the kinetic energy of each molecule of the object A
the transfer of heat is caused by collisions among molecules of the object A with molecules of the object B
ohh so but in this case, when object a is hotter than object b, does that mean the opposite? object A has greater kinetic energy than object B?