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Heat conduction

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  1. Heat can also be transferred by radiation and/or convection, and often more than one of these processes occur in a given situation

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  2. Thermal energy, in the form of continuous random motion of the particles of the matter, is transferred by the same coulomb forces that act to support the structure of matter, so can be said to move by physical contact between the particles

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  3. from a region of higher temperature to a region of lower temperature, and acts to equalize temperature differences

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  4. the transfer of thermal energy through matter

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  5. It is also described as heat energy transferred from one material to another by direct contact

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