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 , July 03, 2022
Hot things are materials that have significant thermal energy. Thermal energy is the vibration, rotation and jostling of atoms and/or molecules. This can be transferred from thing to thing such that hot things can be useful for heating other things. Hot things can also be quite dangerous as they can cause burning such as fire. The following are common examples of hot things.
Barbecues
Boilers
Brake Pads Stopping a Vehicle
Burning Charcoals
Burning Logs / Wood
Camp Fires
Candles
Coffee
Cooking Ranges
Curling Irons
Deserts
Exothermic Chemical Reactions
Fire
Fireplaces
Forest Fires
Hairdryers
Heaters
Hot Baths
Hot Coals
Hot Food
Hot Pavement
Hot Pots / Pans
Hot Sand / Beaches
Hot Springs / Geothermal Springs
Hot Water
Hydrothermal Vents
Internal Combustion Engines
Irons
Kettles
Lamps
Lasers
Light Bulbs
Magma / Lava
Matches / Lighters
Molten Carbon
Molten Metal / Iron
Molten Rock
Ovens
Planet Mercury
Planet Venus
Plasma Flames / Plasma Torches
Quark–gluon Plasma
Quasars
Running Electronics / Computers
Running Machines / Engines
Soups
Stars
Steam
Steam Engines
Supernovas
Tea
The Earth's Core
The Sun
Thermal Radiation
Toaster Ovens / Toasters
Torches
Volcanic Eruptions
Welders
Quark–gluon plasma filled the entire Universe in the first instants after the Big Bang. It is between 7 trillion and 10 trillion degrees Fahrenheit and is far hotter than the Sun. This is the hottest known temperature that has actually occurred. In fact, quark–gluon plasma have been generated on Earth using a heavy-ion collider.
Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system despite the fact that Mercury is far closer to the Sun. This is due to the high pressure atmosphere of Venus that is about 96% carbon dioxide. Mean surface temperatures on Venus are 867 °F or 464 °C.
Pure energy such as a laser aren't considered hot because they don't contain matter. However, they will typically heat any matter that they contact and are therefore hot in the sense that they can create / transfer heat.
Hot things are dangerous, don't play with them. If you find something that might be hot, don't touch it and tell an adult.

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