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BIOLOGY DAY 2.docx

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Biology
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BIOL 1210
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Dave Temme

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HEAT VERSUS TAMPERATURE - Heat is random motion of molecules - Average speed of motion= heat - Molecules are moving, this means they bounce off of us. A comfortable temperature is when there is just the right amount of collisions. SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS USABLE ENERGY- direction and movement TENDS TO- usually probable, not just possible become UNUSABLE- random movement with no specific pattern with USE- collisions, directionally moving particles become less directional CAN HEAT EVER CONTAIN USUABLE ENERGY - Even though heat has unidirectional motion, if the unidirectional motion is pushing at less pressure (colder air) it can create motion.
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