Misconceptions About Temperature
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Do you think you can tell the temperature of something just by touching it? I’ll bet you can’t.

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When you touch something, you don't actually feel temperature. You feel the rate at which heat conducts from the object.   Many also believe that when they touch something cold, coldness is transferred from the cold object to their body. An object feels cold because it has less heat than you. The sensation of cold is the feeling that we get when heat leaves our body to enter an object with lower temperature. It is not coldness leaving the object and entering you, it is heat leaving you and entering the object.
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