Azated Posted November 18, 2017 Share Posted November 18, 2017 From what I understand, abysallite is supposed to be the ultimate insulator, not transferring heat in any way. However, it seems that when water touches cold abysallite, the water cools down, which in turn cools the surrounding environment. I was hoping someone could explain to me how this works, because I don't really know how the thermal conductivity and heat capacity is different here. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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