Does particles have particles?
In a way they do, but even smaller "particles" are called atoms.
Which has the most energy particles in steam particles in liquid water particles in ice or particles in freezing water?
What is passive transport that moves particles away from areas with more particles into areas with fewer particles?
Some sub-atomic particles are composite particles. These particles are made from other 'smaller' particles. Examples are the particles that can be found in an atom's nucleus: protons and neutrons. Both these particles consist of 3 quarks. Elementary particles are particles that, at least to present knowledge, are not made from other particles. They are thus the fundamental building blocks from which everything is made, they are not made of anything, they just are. Examples are…
How do the particles of water evaporate from an open container differ from the particles the particles at remain?
What happens when particles move from a place where there are lots of particles to a place where there are less particles?
When gaseous particles move from a place where there are lots of particles to a place where there are less particles, the pressure in the place that they are leaving decreases, and the pressure in the place that they are going to increases. In general, the particles will keep moving until the pressures in each place are equal.