Subject: Exceptions to Newton's Law of Cooling
Date: Sun Jul 17 08:07:55 2005
Posted by Lucia
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Physics
When might Newton's law of Cooling not be an accurate model of what is
happening? Can you thinnk of any examples where the differance in temperature
is not proportional to the rate of energy transfer?
Re: Exceptions to Newton's Law of Cooling
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