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If you add heat to an object, do you necessarily increase its temperature?

If you add heat to an object, do you necessarily increase its temperature?

Grade:11

1 Answers

Mudit Agrawal
21 Points
4 years ago
No. Heat is a form of energy given to body which can be used by a body{object} in many ways like raising its temperature , changing internal energy ,etc.
An example is boiling water at 100 degree celcius. Latent heat has to be given to water to change its state while temperature remains constant . 

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