Yes your correct, when matter is heated the particulars move away from each other and they get faster and faster. When, Matter is cooled it gets smaller & smaller and they move away from each other. [: Hope i helped.
The particles of matter attract each otherthe particles of matter are continuously movingThe particles of matter have space between them
- All matter in composed of atoms and molecules (tiny particles) - The tiny particles are always in motion - Energy affects this motion -The particles interact -There is much space between these particles
As the space changes between the particles, so does the state of matter.
Particles have mass because they are matter, and matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. The wave packet that defines the particle is of such high frequency that its energy has a gravitational vector.
No. They are particles. However, when an electron is moving through space it HAS energy. Since an electron has mass it can not be considered to be pure energy. ------------------------------------ Yes they are energy. Energy is the ulimatum and only form energy matter comes out and matter is defined as the one which occupies space. Mass is the quantity of matter contained in a body. Hence though electron is massive particle it has come out of energy.
matter are composed by particles,particles are very small,particle have space between them
they lose energy and move slower and take up more space
yes, as particles get hotter they gain energy allowing them to move away. for example, the particles in a solid are closer together than the particles in a liquid so as they gain energy they can space out making them change states.
The particle theory of matter states:All matter is made of tiny particles called atomsParticles are moving all the time, even if you can't see itParticles attract each otherThe more energy a particle has, the faster it moves and the further it spreads apartAll particles have space between them.
1.particles of matter move continously2.particles of matter attract each other3.particles of matter have space between themThe above answers are questionable. #2 is just not true at all as a universal rule (2 protons for example will repel each other). So let me present these:All matter has mass (particle or otherwise)All matter has weight (as a result of having mass)All matter occupies space (even particles)All matter has densityAll matter has inertiaAll matter is impenetrable (this means two particles cannot occupy the same space)All matter is a form of energy. As proven by famous e=mc2Given 7, all matter is conserved (cannot be destroyed)There are more... but those are the big ones.
energy is transferred through matter or space by
The particle theory of matter laws are:All matter is made up of tiny particlesThe particles of matter are always movingParticles are attracted to each otherParticles have space between themParticles in a pure substance are all the same
it is related to states of matter because when you add heat to the particles the space between the particles expand.
because matter has weight and occupy space
When matter undergoes a physical change (like changes in the state of matter), the space between the particles in the matter and how the particles move change.
Light and shadow do not occupy space, have no mass or volume, and therefore are not considered matter.However, they are not antimatter either.answer2:"occupy space"? A cubic meter of hydrogen does not occupy a cubic meter of space. It is very likely that cubic mater of space is unoccupied by hydrogen matter. So the wave of light particles occupy the space like the hydrogen particles do, but light is smaller. Matter does not occupy its space ,it occupies. its particles.
The Universe contains matter, energy, dark matter, dark energy, empty space - and of course, lots of structures made up of those.The Universe contains matter, energy, dark matter, dark energy, empty space - and of course, lots of structures made up of those.The Universe contains matter, energy, dark matter, dark energy, empty space - and of course, lots of structures made up of those.The Universe contains matter, energy, dark matter, dark energy, empty space - and of course, lots of structures made up of those.
Mass and energy always have locations in both time and space; the amount of space that they take up depends upon their density, but they do take up some. Since energy is often associated with matter (heat, kinetic energy etc.) it would be the matter that takes up the space. The energy would be in the same space as the matter. But energy can also exist independently of matter (such as a photon of light travelling in space) and in that case, the energy takes up space.
There is no antimatter identified yet. Location in space and time are used as coordinates of an event. Matter is a form of energy. Sub-elementary particles (from which we know some of them) organize as elementary particles (electron, neutrino and protons). Further, elementary particles organize as atoms which gather in molecules or matter. Antimatter could be, if it exists, from a special kind of sub-elementary particles which we do not about yet.
As you heat any matter you increase the kinetic energy the particles of that matter have. An increase in kinetic energy means that the particles move more and take up more space. This is manifested as an increase in pressure for gases in an enclosed container.
A wave is a rhythmic movement that carries energy through matter or space.
What's the huge space which contains all of the matter and energy in existence