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A burner on a stove produces what? a. Temperature b. thermal energy c. Hotness d. fire energy

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Jeffrey Rodriguez on January 4, 2018

b. thermal energyExplanation:Thermal energy is the energy due to the motion of the particles (atoms/molecules) in the interior of a substance the faster the particles, the greater is the thermal energy involved.In this example, the burner is used to heat the stove. As a result, the particles inside the stove to acquire the energy and begin to move faster: this is why we say that the stove has purchased thermal energy.

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