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We know that heat transfers but coldness (absence of heat) does not. Still when we take an ice cube in any 1 of our hands and bring the other hand near it feels cold. Why does this happen?🤔🤔🤔


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Assuming that your hand is warmer than the ice cube. Heat always flows from the warmer object to the cooler object. Therefore the heat will flow from the hand which is warmer, to the ice cube which is cooler.
That's why
bring the other hand near it feels cold
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