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Compared to water, most metals have low specific heats. True or false?
True. Compared to water, most metals have low specific heats.
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User: Compared to water, most metals have low specific heats. True or false?





Weegy: True. Compared to water, most metals have low specific heats.
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User: Fast food restaurants keep food hot with infrared lamps. The heat is transferred to the food by A) condensation B) conduction C) convection D) radiation

Weegy: The heat is transferred to the food by D) radiation.
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User: Water makes a good coolant because it has a A) high specific heat B) high boiling point C) low specific heat D) low freezing point

Weegy: Water makes a good coolant because it has a A) high specific heat.
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