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Why does no known maximum temperature exist? A Scientists have not yet determined what instruments might be able to measure the maximum temperature.
B Scientists disagree on the pressure conditions with which to measure the maximum temperature. C Assuming no limit on the relative speed of atoms and molecules, it follows that there is no maximum temperature. D The maximum temperature is known to exist on the sun but we have not been able to measure it yet. Which water should be hot and which should be cold? As a result, the airplane during supersonic flight is longer than when it is at rest on the ground.
Offer an explanation for this length change from a submicroscopic perspective. B Materials expand as they are heated. C Atmospheric air molecules hit the supersonic plane at great velocities causing the atoms of the planes metal skin to start moving faster. D Both A and B are correct. C They both have the same amount of energy because they are both made of water.
D It is not possible to answer this question without knowing the ambient temperature surrounding each body of water. The rock cools and the water warms. Does this hold true if the hot rock is dropped into the Atlantic Ocean?
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