Gas particles, like the particles in all states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) are always moving apart and colloding with other particles. Gas particles have more space in between and tend to move faster than the particles in a solid or liquid state. Temperature only affects how fast a particle moves, therefore warm air makes gas particles move faster and cold air makes gas particles move slower.
No. Evaporation makes particles move further apart.
When particles of a material move farther apart, it explodes.
No, metal expands when it is heated as the particles move further apart. In fact metal will contract when cold.
Yes, they do. Gas particles are already far apart and move more quickly than liquid particles, and as they warm up, they move faster and further apart.
The particles move apart and move faster
gas particles move fastly spread apart
because particles in cold water moves slow and particles in hot water move fast.
well, in a gas, there is pressure and temperature. the particles move farther apartThe move faster and get further apart from each other.
Yes. All atomic sized particles move, by vibrating. no matter how cold they are.
Particles move faster when heated. When cold, they move slower.
If the CO2 is in gas form and not in a container, they can move an unlimited distance apart.
The statement is not correct; cold air particles move slowly because they lack the kinetic energy they need to move fast, which is heat.
Yes, because for example, cold water have less space between particles and they move slower than the hot water particles which are more far apart from each other.
Air particles move faster in cold water and creates a water current.
It moves slower than heated particles. Heated particles move around very fast and uncontrollably.
yes, when particles are cold the move slower. take water and ice for example when the water is warm is is a liquid and it moves all over but when its cold it turns into ice. when its ice the particles don't move.
Hot water, because particles will move faster and spread apart more than in cold water, thus making it more soluble.
because the particles that make them up are far apart from each other and move about each other.
cold gas particles are near frozen so they travel slowly
When Particles(molecules) are heated . According to the particles theory when particles are heated they move fast and spread farther apart . thats why , when water is heated the particles move faster and faster and spread farther apart therefore that water then turns into steam .
If the object is heated it will expand because the particles gain energy from the heat and move about more vigorously causing them to bump into each other and move further and further apart. When the substance is cooled (gets cold) the particles slow down and move closer and closer together causing the object to contract.
Particles tend to move faster, further apart and gain more energy.
evaporation-particles move farther apart heat takents away