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Gas: very fast Liquid: fast Solid: slow

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I think you may be talking about the Kinetic theory of Molecules, which relates the temperature of matter (relative to absolute zero) to the average velocity of the molecules which make it up. For gases, it could be the Ideal Gas Law, which assumes that the gas is small particles whizzing around. You also may be thinking of Brownian Motion, which is not a law, but a phenomenon where extremely tiny particles can be observed to be buffeted by other random motion of molecules and particles.


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