During the cold days, the air conditioner is used to make the air warm in an immediate area. The device provides warmer air in the same way it produces cooler air during hot days.
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The question lacks certain information that would help us to answer the question accurately. However, heat conductor is needed to transfer heat from one matter to another. In particular, the transfer of heat may occur in several ways and is classified into the following mechanisms of thermal transfer: conduction, convection, radiation.
Conduction transfers heat through direct contact. That is, heat is transferred from the hotter object to the colder one. Conductors, such as metals, allows heat to transfer easily while insulators, such as fiberglass and wood, do not.
Convection, on the other hand, refers to the heat transfer from one place to another through the movement of fluids which involves mass transfer. Like conduction, convection also involves heat transfer from the hotter fluid to the cooler one. For example, when water is heated, a part of it absorbs enough thermal energy and transforms to gaseous phase, which is less dense but has greater energy.
Lastly, radiation involves heat transfer without physical contact or simply put, it does not involve interaction of matter. Radiation can occur even in vacuum. Thermal energy is carried by electromagnetic waves from the origin and spreads out. All objects radiate energy. The hotter the object the more it radiates off. Dull or rough surfaces reflect radiation poorly but absorbs radiation easily. Shiny surfaces in contrast reflects radiation easily but poorly absorbs radiation.
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