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Other jovian planets have similar structures, except for the metallic hydrogen layer. Uranus and Neptune are too small to generate the pressures needed for this layer, while Saturn's layer is smaller than Jupiter's because Saturn does not generate the pressure needed for metallic hydrogen in as much of its volume as Jupiter does.
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a. Heat energy flows between objects that are at different temperatures.
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c. Heat energy can be released during chemical reactions.
d. Heat energy must be added to break apart ATP molecules.
e. Heat energy is always transferred from a hotter object to a cooler object.
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