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British thermal units

I AM HELPING MY 7TH GRADE DAUGHTER WITH A PAPER IN REGARDS TO BTU'S AND I DON'T REALLY COMPLETELY UNDERSTAND BTU'S ETC.

THE PROJECT IS WHAT WOODS PUT OUT THE MOST BTU'S

OAK OR PINE?

WE BELIEVE OAK DUE TO THE DENSITY OF THE MATERIALS. CAN YOU PROVIDE ME WITH MORE INFORMATION IN REGARDS TO THIS?

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BRITISH THERMAL UNIT

A BTu is defined as the amount of energy required to increase the temperature of one pound of water at its maximum density by one degree of Fahrenheit temperature at normal atmospheric pressure. Also a BT's are used to measure the quantities specification for energy producing or energy consuming appliances for the amount of heat they produce.
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An explanation of BTU is determined. British thermal units are examined.

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