anonymous
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A side-by-side refrigerator-freezer contains the same amount of food in both sides. The temperature of the freezer is 0°C and the temperature of the refrigerator is 4.5°C. Air is cooled and circulated between both sides through ducts between the sides. Which describes the relationship of the thermal energy in the refrigerator and the freezer? A. Thermal energy is greater in the freezer than in the refrigerator because the particle of the frozen food are more confined. B. Thermal energy is the same in the refrigerator and the freezer due to the fact they contain the same amount of food.
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anonymous
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c. Thermal energy is greater in the refrigerator than in the freezer due to the higher temperature.
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higher temperatures mean more energy

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so c
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