1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I learned that the heat capacity is the amount of energy absorbed to raise the temperature of a body by 1 degrees. While conduction is the process of heat transfer by vibrations. That being said, when I supply 1000N of heat to 2 rods of different material but same mass the overall temperature of the two rods will be different because of heat capacity. So where does conduction come into play here? Conduction helps to transfer the heat so is it safe to say the final temperature is the 'net' effect after there is no more conduction? So is it possible to have an object with a low heat capacity like alcohol but with an extremely high thermal conductivity such that even when heat is supplied the other end feels cold because it has not reached the 'net' stage. And only after the heat is transferred to the other end then it will feel hot? Lastly, for fluids will it be the same for convection? 2. Relevant equations Q=CΔθ 3. The attempt at a solution i'm thinking that they related because the heat capacity determines the temperature at that final end product while the thermal conductivity allows the heat to be transferred. So the conductive process is just the 'stabilizer'? Thanks for the help!