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When we touch a steel rod and a paper simultaneously in winter, we feel the rod is comparatively colder because though the temperature of both steel rod and paper are same, as steel being a good conductor of heat, heat from our hand flows to steel but there is no transfer of heat from our hand to paper as it is a insulator. So we don't feel cold when we touch a paper but we do when we touch a steel rod.
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Steel rod is an element and paper is not an element