HIGHER HEAT IMPLIES MORE TEMPERATURE:
We all are misconceived by the fact that hotter the substances more will be the temperature, but it is not the case. Heat and Temperature are two different things. The heat of an object is the total energy of all the molecular motion inside that object. Temperature is the measure of the thermal energy or average heat of the molecules in a substance. When two bodies are kept in thermal contact, the one with higher temperature will transfer energy to the other by heat. Let us consider we have a metal block and a plastic block. What do you think will be more colder? If your answer is metal then you are right. But if we are trying to check the temperature of both the blocks we will find that the temperature reading of both the blocks are somewhat same. This is because, even though both are at same temperature when we touch them with our fingers there is gain in heat from plastic block to our fingers and loss of heat from our finger to metal block since it conducts heat. That makes us feel a substance hotter or cooler. So this clearly shows that Heat does not directly implies the temperature.