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Does the composition of an object affect the final temperature of in objects. This is in terms of thermal equilibrium.

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  1. yes.

  2. Can please explain to me why that is?

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  3. Also by composition it means what the objects are made out of right? So if they are Aluminum then they would be a conductor of heat?

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  4. The composition means mass, and thermal capacity. Both of those affect heat absorbtion.

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