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Two objects A and B of different size are both at a temperature of 500 K and are connected by a rod (A looks four times larger than b). What will be the nature of transmission of heat?

I believe there won't be a transmission of heat. Any thoughts. Here are the options
A. Gradual transmission from B to A
B. No transmission of heat will occur
C. Rapid transmission from A to B
D. Rapid transmission from B to A

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    I think you're right. The larger object holds more heat than the smaller object but if both are at the same temperature there is no reason for heat to be transferred.

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