Hey guys the answer is E. But I thought heat energy cannot pass through a vacuum because it doesn’t have any material/atoms for heat to pass.
Can you guys enlighten me?
1 is correct as this is possible (think of the flat part of the curve).
2 is correct as heat can travel through a vacuum in the form of radiation.
3 is correct as steam is at higher energy state(gas) than boiling water. Thus, has more energy.
4 is correct as convection current is set up when a container of water is heated or cooled.
Hope it helps:)
in the form of radiation!! oh i get it, thanks!!