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Temperature is distinguished from heat when we note that whereas temperature is ____________________. A) None of these.B) measured in degrees, heat is measured in units of energy.C) a measure of average translational kinetic energy per molecule, heat is energy that moves from high to low temperature.D) All of these.E) a ratio of energy/molecule, heat is energy in transit.

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