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Q.  How does the thermal conductivity of a material change with respect to change in temperature of the same material?

a. thermal conductivity of a material increases with increase in its temperature
b. thermal conductivity of a material decreases with increase in its temperature
c. thermal conductivity of a material remains same with change in its temperature
d. unpredictable


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