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One of the main practical examples of the concept of thermal capacity is thermal insulation carried out in houses and buildings to prevent heat loss to the external environment or unwanted gains from the same external environment. Why does this happen?
a.
Because the materials used for thermal insulation have low density, so little energy can pass through these materials.
b.
Because the materials used for thermal insulation have high thermal conductivity, so little energy can pass through these materials.
c.
Because the materials used for thermal insulation have high thermal capacity, so little energy can pass through these materials.
d.
Because the materials used for thermal insulation have low thermal conductivity, so little energy can pass through these materials.
e.
Because the materials used for thermal insulation have high density, so little energy can pass through these materials.

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