I had the following question on a Physics Quiz and I am wondering why the answer is D. When you walk barefoot in a room, the floor feels cooler walking on a tile floor as compared to a wooden floor because A) tile has a smaller specific heat than wood. B) tile has a larger specific heat than wood. C) tile has a smaller thermal conductivity than wood. D) tile has a larger thermal conductivity than wood. Though that answer does make since, it also seems as if A would be true. To me, both answers appear to be correct. Can somebody please expain why the answer is D and not A. Please note, this is not a 'homework' problem. Instead it is just a question about the differece between Thermal Conductivity and specific heat with an example being a problem.