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Q: If a piece of iron with a temperature of 300 degrees celsius is dropped into a gallon of water with a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius heat will?

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-17 degrees Celsius.

um, 17 degrees C

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8 - 12 = -4

The speed of sound is given by the formula v = 331.5 + .6T, where T is the temperature of the air in degrees Celsius. If T were negative, then you would simply have a speed of sound less than 331.5 m/s. For example, if T = -5 degrees Celsius, thenv = 331.5 + .6*-5 = 328.5 m/sThere really isn't anything magic about an air temperature of 0 degrees Celsius. Zero degrees Celsius is the temperature at which water freezes, but nothing particularly interesting happens to _air_ at that temperature.

It is absolute zero and all molecular motion stops

The lowest temperature that was recorded in Norway was on January 1st of 1886. Temperatures dropped to -51.4 degrees Celsius equalling -60.52 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Just as soon as its temperature has dropped to 32 degrees (Fahrenheit, or 0Â° Celsius), and the heat of fusion has leaked out of it, it solidifies, I guarantee.

The conversion from deg C to Deg F is 9/5(degC) + 32. I don't understand the question as posed. 2 C = 36,5 F 8 C = 46,4 F 2 C - 8 C is -6 C = 21,2 F (if it was two degrees Celsius yesterday and the temperature dropped eight degrees overnight it would now be minus six degrees Celsius or about twenty one degrees Fahrenheit)

To convert from degrees Celsius to Kelvin, add 273.15. Therefore, 73 K is 346.15 degrees C. Incidentally, Kelvin is an absolute scale, so the term "degree" is dropped from the units.

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