A non-solid. The particles are really spread out in a gas, and less spread-out in a liquid.
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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Particles are close but disorganized will change from gaseous state to liquid form. Once in liquid form the particles will spread out.
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.
The particles vibrate more until the particles break away and become more spread out. This is when they become a liquid.
yes. solids are more dense than liquids and the particles in gases are more spread out and faster.
it is called a liquid
gas because the particles are spread farther 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
Mixing and dispersion are two such words.
The particles in a solid solution are packed closely together, they vibrate. The particles in a liquid solution are spread more.
the particles themselves don't "melt", they simply spread out and move around more, forming the liquid state.
The molecules in a gas are spread further apart than those in a liquid.
The particles become more energetic, speed up, and spread out more.
In a solid, the particles are tightly packed and do not move around much, as opposed to a liquid or gas, in which the particles are more spread out.
liquid particles have limited movements while gas particles will spread to fill the whole container uniformly (limited only by the container's volume) the particle interaction in liquid is much stronger than in gases gases are compressible while liquids are not
yes because the particles in the jelly are not a spread out enough to be a liquid were as a solid would have particles tight together.
More spread apart and can slide past each other eaisly
The particles in a solid are very tightly packed together and rigid. The particles in a liquid are less tightly packed together. When a solid like lead is heated, the particles spread out and can move more, making a liquid.