How are the particles of a liquid different from the particles of a solid?
The particles of a solid are close together and the particles of a liquid are slightly farther apart.
The particles of a liquid are not attached to each other. The particles of a solid are.
In a liquid, the particles are free to move around, while in a solid the particles are tightly packed and will not move.
particles in a solid just vibrate around a fixed position, particles in a liquid may move past each other into a different part of the container.
liquid particles do not join the solid particles because the particles of solid are very tightly packed but this is not in the case of liquid
A suspention is a solution where the particles of the solvent(liquid) are a different size to the particles of the solute(Solid).
the distance between the particles and the average kinetic movement of the particles.
No, particles in a solid only vibrate, whereas particles in a liquid are free to move within the liquid.
Particles in a liquid move much faster and more freely than particles in a solid. The kinetic energy possessed by liquid particles is higher compared to solid particles.
In science, a suspension is a heterogeneous mixture in which solid particles remain distributed throughout a liquid without settling to the bottom or floating to the top. This is different from a solution because the solid particles remain distinct from the liquid part of the mixture where in a solution, the solid particles are indistinct from the liquid (solutions are homogeneous).
The particles in a gas move faster and are full of energy. However the particles in a solid do not have as much energy and vibrate in place -Baarkullah Awan
if its going from a solid to a liquid the particles move FAST. if its going from a liquid to a solid the particles freeze and move VERY slowly.
Liquid particles can nove around more than Solid particles they are in rows and have very strong bonds Liquid particles can nove around more than Solid particles they are in rows and have very strong bonds
Solid particles dispersed in a gas: aerosols Solid particles dispersed in a liquid: suspension
The particles of a solid can only vibrate about their fixed positions while the particles of a liquid can vibrate, rotate and translate (move from 1 place to another) within the liquid.
They are different because a solid particles are like this 000000000000 000000000000 000000000000 All sides are touching and slowly moving in a vibrating motion. And liquid is like this 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Not all sides are touching and there is a larger amount of movement solid = higher density liquid = less density PENIS
A colloidal suspension of solid or liquid particles in a gaseous medium.
Particles in a solid don't move at all, particles in a liquid move, particles in a gas move quickly
particles in solids are unable to move freely because the atoms that makes up the solid are tightly packed together. the molecular structure of a solid is different to that of a liquid or a gas.
Bonds hold all particles together. The 3 different types of matter (liquid,gas and solid) all have different bond strentghs
When a substance undergoes a state change from a solid to a liquid, the speed of the particles increases. In a solid, particles are orderly arranged and considerably fixed in position. In a liquid, the particles slide past one another at a greater speed.
When a solid dissolves, the solid (solute) and the liquid (solvent) will form solution. When a solid dissolves on mixing, its particles will break apart hence forming loose associations with the liquid particles. This random mixing of particles from both solid and liquid that is called dissolving process. A solid will not dissolve in a liquid if its particles are unable to form these association with the respective liquid particles. This is a reversible process… Read More
the solid particles of the blood are vesels,nerves,bones.the liquid particles are the plasma,white blood cells,and red blood cells.
How does the average kinetic energy of the particles of a solid compare with the average kinetic energy of the particles of a liquid at the same temperature?
If the temperature of a solid object and liquid are the same, then the average kinetic energy of the particles in the solid are equal to the average kinetic energy of the liquid.
Because phagocytosis in the endocytosis on solid particles, while pinocytocis is the endocytosis of liquid particles. Liquid particles can be compacted into smaller vesicles then solid particles.
liquid - the particles are not fixed
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the solid particles in these colloids are mixed with the particles of a liquid. the dispersed particles do not dissolve into the liquid therefore the particles do not settle.
How does the arrangement and movement of particles change as a substance changes from a liquid to a gas and solid to a liquid?
From a liquid to a gas, the particles become more spread out and move slower. From a solid to a liquid, the particles also become more spread out and move slower.
In both the solid and liquid state, atoms (and molecules) are packed closely together. In solids the particles are in nearly fixed positions, though vibration is present as a result of thermal motion. In a liquid or gas, particles move extensively as a consequence of the thermal motion. In a solid, the forces between particles are strong enough to hold them in place. In a liquid, particles are very nearly as close to each other… Read More
Particles do not change when they change state from solid to liquid form. However, they will change behavior because they are completely still when they are solid and move faster when a liquid.
when the solid is heated, the water particles move faster, so the water changes from solid to liquid. more heating makes the particles move even faster and farther apart, so the liquid water changes to a gas. The particles of a gas are much farther apart than the particles of a solid or a liquid. When a solid is heated, energy is supplied to the particles, which makes the particles vibrate faster. They will vibrate… Read More
The answer is found when you consider the size of the particles. Solids have large particles, while liquids do not. When you filter a solid and liquid through a porous membrane, the liquid particles can pass through the membrane, leaving only the solid behind.
The atoms within a liquid are less tightly packed and more free to move than those in a solid.
How do the positions of the particles in a solid compare with the positons of the particles in an equal volume of liquid?
The particles in a solid are much more closely packed together than in a liquid where they are flowing more freely
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The particles in a solid are close together.They are fixed in pace but can vibrate.The particles that make up a liquid are close together but usually farther apart than the particles in a solid are.They can slide freely past one another.The particles in gas are farther apart than particles in a liquid and solid.Gas particles move freely in any directions.
The particles in a solid are very tightly packed together and rigid. The particles in a liquid are less tightly packed together. When a solid like lead is heated, the particles spread out and can move more, making a liquid.
The particles of a gas are packed closely together and don't have as much movement as the particles of a solid or liquid?
False The particles of a solid are packed closely together and don't have as much movement as the particles of a gas or liquid. True
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.
The molecules in the individual solid particles break free of their regular rigid framework by vibrating more energetically. Eventually the particles of the solid lose their shape and fuse together as a pool of liquid.
Oh yes, particles of a gas have more energy than particles of the same substance in the liquid or solid phase. It's true.
In a solid the particles are packed tightly together in a more raged formation . in a liquid the particles move passing each other in a gas the particles move freely in the space they have
Increasing temperature increases the kinetic energy which increases the speed of particles in solid, liquid and gas.
The particles in a solid solution are packed closely together, they vibrate. The particles in a liquid solution are spread more.
it has some what amount of liquid particles so you can por it into a solid object
IF YOU COOL ANTHING SOLID LIQUID OR GAS YOU CONDENSE THE PARTICLES!
the particles bounce all over unlike a liquid or solid
Liquid for sure. As the particles in solid only vibrate and gas particles move about at random. Liquid particles are free to move past each other but, the tend to stick together. Hope that helped.
The particles get faster and the particles will be turned into liquid particles instead of solid particles