yes. gas has the fastest moving particles and a solid has the slowest moving particles and particles in a liquid are moving faster than solid particles but not as fast as gas particles.
The particles are moving very slowly.
the particles in a solid are arranged tightly and not moving the particles in gas are moving fast and sepparted
Technically, all particles in a Solid, Liquid, or Gas are moving. But a gas moves the fastest, liquid fast, but not as fast as gas, and solid moves the slowest.
Ice is the form of water that has particles moving the slowest. This is because the water is solid and the particles are tightly compacted.
no it does not but the particles move slower then it would if it is a liquid, or a gas.
Solid matter in reality is in motion, the difference between a solid and a liquid is the the solids particles are slower moving and packed tighter together.
a wavelength can be add to a sound particle that couses a high vibration.particles are always moving and this means no matter if it's a solid, liquid, or gas, it will always have particles moving. Particles in a soild only vibrate because they have less kinetic energy.
The solid will melt because the particles are moving apart, therefore, you get a liquid.
Particles inside a solid are packed tightly into neat rows, those that are in a gas are floating around an moving randomly and in a liquid they are not as tightly packed and aren't in rows
It depends on what medium it is in. If it is in a solid medium, the particles will be closely together, or vibrating. If it is in a liquid, the particles will be spreaded out and moving slowly. If it is in a gas, the particles will be in moving rapidly.
the absence of particles moving. the particles are compacted together on a solid than on a liquid.
In solid state particles are closest and only able to vibrate, not moving around
The particles are moving away from one another during melting.
The movement of particles in a hard stick of butter are solid. Their not moving. While the movement of particles in a melted sick of butter are liquid. They are moving.
Particles in a solid are always moving . They vibrate rapidly about their fixed positions . Their vibration speed depends on the temperature of the solid . The higher the temperature , the faster is the vibration ( movement ) .
If you are asking when particles are "able to move freely" that would be a liquid. If you simply ask about "moving" then that would be a solid, since in a solid the particles are still movings.
Slow moving particles causes an object to stay solid and unable to move. Fast moving particles cause an object to be a liquid or a gas (depending on the amount of heat on the object). If you add heat or freeze the object the particles will change movement. The particles are what makes the object solid/gas/liquid/plasma.
Yes they can vibrate because they can't move freely.yes, particles in a solid vibrate in place so fast they look like they aren't moving.
The particles are starting to be packed,for instance the solid particles they are nolonger moving freely.
no they are just moving very slowly or viberating in a closed space so that it makes the item solid
The particles in a solid are very tightly packed together and rigid, that's why it doesn't do much moving about. The particles in a liquid are less tightly packed together so they can move around more. When a meltable solid is heated, the particles in that solid spread out and can move more, thus, you have a liquid. I hope that answers your question... :P
It increases; more freely moving particles.
This describes the solid state of matter.
Solid. In most solids the particles are actually restricted to a sort of vibration not actually moving.