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A good example of thermal conductivity in Wood vs Metal

Thermal Conductivity In Wood Vs Metal
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This photo no doubt is a good example of thermal conductivity in metals vs wood. As see, snow melts where the nails are but wood keeps the snow on it’s surface, This is because heat gets evenly distributed through the length of the nails whereas snow stays on wood surface as it is because wood is more insulated and keeps the cold on outside.

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