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# Explain whether your body gains or loses thermal energy if your body temperature is 37 degrees Celsius and the temperature around you is 25 degrees Celsius?

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Q: Explain whether your body gains or loses thermal energy if your body temperature is 37 degrees Celsius and the temperature around you is 25 degrees Celsius?
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### Does your body gain or lose thermal energy if your body temperature is 37 degrees Celsius and the temperature around you is 25 degrees Celsius?

You will lose thermal energy.Heat (energy) will always flow from warmer to cooler.

### Explain whether your body gains or loses thermal energy if your body temp is 37 degrees Celsius and then temp around you is 25 degrees Celsius?

Your body would gain thermal energy because thermal energy only moves from something at a higher temperature to something at a lower temperature.

yes it does

### What is The thermal energy of a solid?

The thermal energy of a solid or a volume of liquid is the specific heat of a material multiplied by the object's mass and temperature (absolute). I.E. 1 kg of water at 27 degrees C: specific heat of water is 4.186 Kilojoules per kilogram-degree Celsius. Multiply that by the mass and the absolute temperature (Degrees Kelvin, or 273.15 + degrees Celsius) to get the thermal energy in kilojoules

### What mass of water at 25.0 degrees Celsius must be allowed to come to thermal equilibrium with a 4.40 kg gold bar at 100 deg. Celsius order to lower the temperature of the bar to 50.0 degrees Celsius?

8.8kg...i guessed

### What is the thermal conductivity of duralumin?

650 degrees Celsius or 1,202 degrees Fahrenheit

### Is thermal energy measured in Celsius?

No. Temperature is measured in degrees celsius. Thermal energy, which causes temperature change, is measured in calories or british thermal units. A calorie, not a food calorie, is the amount of heat necessary to raise 1 ml of water 1 degree celsius. 252 calories = 1 btu. 1 food calorie is actually equivalent to 1000 calories of heat.

### How can equal into Celsius into Fahrenheit?

Plotted against internal thermal energy density, the Celsius and Fahrenheit scalesof temperature are straight lines with different slopes and different intercepts.The lines intersect (Celsius and Fahrenheit temperatures are equal) at -40 .(And don't ask me which one.)

### How is body temperature maintained at 37 degrees celsius 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit?

Body Temperature is at a constant 37.5 degrees celsius because it is the optimum temperature for Enzymes to operate at. It is kept this temperature by a part of the brain called the Thermologygatory Centre. The body can do numerous things to keep in Thermal energy or release it, your body can shiver and use kinetic energy from that and transfer it to thermal energy. Your body can also dilate your blood vessels and move blood capillarys closer and furthur away from the skin, hense why your checks appear red when exercising.

### What is the expansion ratio of ethanol?

The coefficient of thermal expansion of ethanol at 20 degrees Celsius, in volumetric terms, is 750*10-6 per Kelvin.The coefficient of thermal expansion of ethanol at 20 degrees Celsius, in volumetric terms, is 750*10-6 per Kelvin.The coefficient of thermal expansion of ethanol at 20 degrees Celsius, in volumetric terms, is 750*10-6 per Kelvin.The coefficient of thermal expansion of ethanol at 20 degrees Celsius, in volumetric terms, is 750*10-6 per Kelvin.

### Is degrees related to thermal energy?

The amount of thermal energy a substance has is proportional to its temperature

### Would thermal energy be greater at 0 degrees Celsius or 48 degrees Fahrenheit?

It would be greater at 48 degrees Fahrenheit.