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Explain, in terms of particles in the metal, how heat energy is transferred through the base of the saucepan.

Any help would be appreciated please because I'm really struggling with this subject because my class has a bad teacher.....
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Explain, in terms of particles in the metal, how heat energy is transferred through the base of the saucepan.

Any help would be appreciated please because I'm really struggling with this subject because my class has a bad teacher.....
Basically, when heat energy (in form of heat) hits the particles in the metal, the particles are put in movement. Thanks to that movement of particles the heat is transferred from one particles to another ones. And so the heat is transferring through the saucepan.

Or in short: particles which come with heat energy together are in movement. This movement transfers the heat to rigid particles. And so it goes on.
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Basically, when heat energy (in form of heat) hits the particles in the metal, the particles are put in movement. Thanks to that movement of particles the heat is transferred from one particles to another ones. And so the heat is transferring through the saucepan.

Or in short: particles which come with heat energy together are in movement. This movement transfers the heat to rigid particles. And so it goes on.
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Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
You are welcome. It was my pleasure to help you. I am glad that you got it thanks to my explanation.
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Just to add on to the above post, heat energy is also known as kinetic energy

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Just to add on to the above post, heat energy is also known as kinetic energy
Do you mean the moment where heat has an effect on rigid atoms to put them into motion?
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