The particles start to move randomly as the process of the liquid starts to form. So during the transformation the bond between the particles start to move. The particles begin to move randomly, and then the crystalline forms a liquid. The faster the particles move the more it transforms into a liquid.
How does the arrangement and movement of particles change as a substance changes from a liquid to a gas and solid to a liquid?
Particles in a solid are packed tightly together, and vibrate, but don't really move around. In liquid, they are fairly close together, but are not arranged in a particular pattern, and slide over and around each other. In a gas, the particles are spread out and in no regular arrangement and move around and vibrate at high speeds. Additionally, particles in a solid move slower than particles in a liquid or gas, particles in a…
I think the reason why is that the particles in a gas move freely and they move fast. Therefor the particles in a liquid slide past eachother and the reason why that they're differ from eachoth is because a gas and a liquid are differ from eachother like an example, They particles in a gas heat up and move freely
Heat is the average kinetic energy of something. When you increase the heat, you make the particles in the substance move faster. It would be more correct to say that particles moving in a liquid (or any substance rather) cause heat. So increasing heat causes particles in a liquid to move faster. Hope that helps.