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2015-08-07T00:07:44+08:00
Well, technically, yes. But the results will be different and stuff. The effects of heat in a material are a.) thermal expansion/contraction, b.) change in temp. and c.) change in phase.
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2015-08-07T15:12:37+08:00
No, some materials need heat to act differently. But most the results are still with...
a.) Thermal expansion or Thermal contraction;
b.) Delta T or Tf-Ti (Change in temperature); and
c.) Phase change
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