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gas because the particles are spread farther apart

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The process of diffusion occur most rapidly in gases but less rapidly in liquid and very SLowly in solids why?

the force of attraction between the particles gases is weak force of attraction between the particles in liquid is a bit strong force of attraction between the particles in solid is strongest this is the right answers,,,,,dont worry :)


Do the particles in liquid touch?

The particles in a liquid have some force of attraction between them. They are free to move past each other but they tend to stick together, however loosely.


What is the particles of a liquid compared to those of a gas?

liquid particles are more closely packed together than gas are. this is because the force of attraction between liquid atoms are stronger than gas.


How are particles in liquid arranged?

The particles in a liquid have a weak force between them. They are still close together like the particles in a solid, just more loosely connected. They can freely move and slide past each other. =)


Why do particles of the solid change into a liquid when you heat?

when we heat a solid we supplies latent heat to the matter which breaks the interparticular force between the particles of the matter and split them more apart from each other.And when the closeness of particles erase away and a gap between these particles forms it converts into liquid.


VWhat is the term for the force between charged particles?

The force between two charged particles is called the coulomb force.


Why are particles in liquid are held less firmly compared to solids?

this is because the the particle in liquid have lower attraction force between particle compared to solid


What happens to the movementof particles as a substance from a gas to a liquid?

the force between the substance molecule is increased and due to the increasing of the force, the molecule bocome nearer to each other until they form a liquid



What is the force of attraction between the particles in a solid?

The force of attraction between particles in a solid is very strong hence, the particles vibrate on the spot.


What is the force that acts on subatomic particles?

I think it might be electrostatic force! This is the force that acts between the particles!


Does intermolecular force change from solid to liquid or liquid to gas?

Yes,intermolecular forces are weaker in gas.Much stronger in solid


When does a liquid gradually change into a gas?

when the distance between the atoms or molecules increases the force of attraction becomes less and the atoms or particles fall apart and generate distances betwen them . gas is the same form of the element just as liquid the only difference is the distance between particles is large and the force of attraction is very less.


Why gravitational force is present between nucleus?

Gravitational force should exist between ANY pair of particles; but for individual particles, this force is extremely weak. It is the cumulative effect of lots of particles attracting each other that causes an enormous force between you and Earth, Sun and Earth, etc.Gravitational force should exist between ANY pair of particles; but for individual particles, this force is extremely weak. It is the cumulative effect of lots of particles attracting each other that causes an enormous force between you and Earth, Sun and Earth, etc.Gravitational force should exist between ANY pair of particles; but for individual particles, this force is extremely weak. It is the cumulative effect of lots of particles attracting each other that causes an enormous force between you and Earth, Sun and Earth, etc.Gravitational force should exist between ANY pair of particles; but for individual particles, this force is extremely weak. It is the cumulative effect of lots of particles attracting each other that causes an enormous force between you and Earth, Sun and Earth, etc.


What kind of force is the electric force?

force between charged particles.


Why does the first ionization energy decreases moving down a group?

The farther you move down a group, the farther the outermost electron is from the nucleus. The farther away an electron is from the nucleus, the weaker the attractive force holding them together is. The weaker the attractive force, the lower the energy it takes to separate them, and hence the lower the First Ionization Energy.Why? Coulomb's law -- the force of attraction between two oppositely charged particles -- or the force of repulsion between two particles of the same charge -- is proportional to the charges on both particles, and is inversely propotional to the square of hte distance between them. Therefore, the farther away two oppositely charged objects are (for example, a positively charged nucleus and a negatively charged electron), the weaker the attraction between them is, and the lower the energy it takes to separate them.


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It is the force exerted on a liquid molecule by neighbouring molecules or it is the force of attraction betweenthe particles of of same substance



What are the evidence in support of the particulate nature of matter?

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What is the difference between a greater force and a weaker force?

its gravity because it depends on how close of far apart gravity is between the object


What is a force that results from charged particles is called?

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How strong is the force between liquid particles?

Mediocre. The following list gives information on the forces between particles in different states of matter: Bose-Einstein Condensate: Absent Solid: Weak Liquid: Neutral, or mediocre Gas: Strong Plasma: Very strong Absolute Heat Fluid: Infinite


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