The molecules in a gas are spread further apart than those in a liquid.
well liquid and gas are spread apart but the one that is spread apart and not connaected is gas which has particles that move fastly and freely.
gas because the particles are spread farther apart
further apart than the particles in a liquid. XD
More spread apart and can slide past each other eaisly
Matter can exist in three states: solid, liquid?æ or gases. In solid, particles are two close to each other. In liquid,they are a bit a part while in?æ gases they are very far apart .
well........... tHE PARTICLES IN A LIQUID R NOT IN A FIXED POSITION I.e. a solid BUT in a liquid they r spread apart more. They also have more energy in them. A gas spreads quickly because the particles are REALLY spread out. They also hav a lot of energy in them. If u search in google images liquid particles you will see
Particles in gas usually are farther apart than those in liquid.
The particles of a solid are close together and the particles of a liquid are slightly farther apart.
A non-solid. The particles are really spread out in a gas, and less spread-out in a liquid.
Although liquid particles are more disordered than those in solid particles, they are less disordered than those of gaseous particles. In liquids, particles slide past one another. In gases, however, particles are more spread apart and move in a random manner.
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gas particles move fastly spread apart
From a liquid to a gas, the particles become more spread out and move slower. From a solid to a liquid, the particles also become more spread out and move slower.
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The particles spread apart, making the substance less dense. The particles also spread apart to fill more space. Also, the movement of said particles become more active.
When something melts, particles(atoms) are going from a sold to a liquid form of the same atom. Therefore, the particles spread apart from eachother, but bc of the Law of Conservation of Mass, do not disappear.
particles in a solid are packed close together and vibrate. the particles in a liquid are loosely packed together and can move freely but not putting too much space between them. the particles in a gas are very spread apart and can move anywhere. does this help you understand?
No they are spread apart but not far apart like gasses
they are quit far apart
Particles are close but disorganized will change from gaseous state to liquid form. Once in liquid form the particles will spread out.
The molucles are spread very far apart any are not as rapadd bounce of each oter, and the as solid and liquid
The particles fill any spot it can fill in a container. The particles are spread apart.
For example, when water is frozen, the particles in it freeze close together. Thus, forming ice. When the particles in a liquid are thawed out, the particles spread out.
A colloidal suspension of solid or liquid particles in a gaseous medium.