Answer to Question #34479 in Molecular Physics | Thermodynamics for amna

Question #34479
a metals feels colder to touch than wood kept in a cold place
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2014-03-15T02:50:12-0400
Metal feels colder than wood because metal is a good conductor of heat and it conducts heat better than wood does. As a result, there is less heat left in the finger where it touches metal than where it touches wood.

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