How could you use a bottle of perfume in a room to show that molecule in a gas are in constant motion?
Maybe you should make it colder so it slows down to a constant motion.
How could you use a bottle perfume in a room to show that the molecules in a gas are in constant motion?
spray the perfume on one side of the room go to the other side and you can smell it, that's how you can tell, cuz the molecules are flowing. - Grade 7 Read More
Constant motion has a constant speed, and accelerated motion has an accelerating speed! [getting faster] :) Read More
Constant motion is a mechanics terms meaning the quantity that is conserved throughout the motion. Examples of constant motion are specific linear momentum and specific energy. Read More
Acceleration is the difference between constant and non-constant motion. Read More
molecules are in constant motion. the statue of liberty is composed of molecules. therefore the statue of liberty is in constant motion Read More
A motion with a constant speed will always be moving the same speed A motion with a constant acceleration will constantly be gaining speed, and does not remain moving at the same speed. Read More
"What are length constant and wedge constant in newton's laws of motion?" Read More
It is motion in a straight line at a constant velocity. Read More
Waves and whirlpools show the ocean is in constant motion. Read More
It can be in equilibrium if in constant motion (constant velocity) as no forces are acting on it (no acceleration) Read More
The average speed of a perfume vapor molecule at room temperature may be about 300m s but youll find the speed at which the scent travels across the room is much less Why?
First off, let me preface this by stating I have no official source, Im just working off my body of scientific knowledge. When you spray perfume, the molecules leave the bottle in essentially random directions, colliding with other gaseous molecules in a very intricate array of collisions. For you to perceive a smell, molecules from the perfume have to travel from the bottle, up your nose, and into olfaction receptors. Also take note that there… Read More
uniform circular motion is an example of accelerated motion because constant change in direction (which is due to the circular motion) indicates constant change in velocity ( as it is a vector) which in turn tells that circular motion though uniform is an accelerated motion Read More
The motion at constant speed. Read More
Horizontal motion is only constant when it is not being affected by any forces, e.g. the horizontal motion of a projectile after it's shot. Read More
If the sum of all forces on an object is zero, then the object remains in constant, uniform motion. 'Constant uniform motion' means motion in a straight line at a constant speed. "Rest" is just constant uniform motion with a speed of zero. Read More
Motion at constant speed. Read More
If the motion is truly in the form of a circle, the phrase uniform circular motion describes it appropriately. This means that the object is in a constant state of motion about a fixed point at a constant distance from that point. Circular motion can be considered an acceleration, because an acceleration describes any change in velocity or direction. Since circular motion involves constant change in direction, the object exhibits constant acceleration. Read More
Even though we aren't always conscious of it, the earth, moon and the sun are in constant motion. Read More
How is the acceleration of an object in uniform circular motion constant Read More
If it is constant change in motion, it is acceleration. Read More
Objects moving in uniform circular motion will have a constant speed, and two objects with the same acceleration have a constant velocity. Read More
The UCM (uniform circular motion) or a body moving on a frictionless surface have constant acceleration. Read More
changing. only under specific requirements would the motion be constant. Read More
Electrons are the particles that move around the nucleus in constant and random motion. Read More
In uniform circular motion, what quantities are constant? Read More
What is the combination of horizontal motion with constant velocity and vertical motion with constant acceleration?
That combination is called "projectile motion". In the absence of air resistance, its shape is always a parabola. Read More
If you hit a hockey puck and it slides across the ice at nearly constant speed is a force keeping it in motion explain?
F=ma constant speed would mean 'a' acceleration is zero thus force zero. The puck would be in equilibrium, and the force would be zero at constant motion. Constant motion is constant velocity including the constant zero velocity. Read More
brownian motion Read More
the object is on uniform motion Read More
Uniform acceleration motion is a type of motion where the acceleration value is constant. Read More
The motion should increase. Read More
Uniform motion refers to motion with constant (including zero) velocity: that is, the same speed and in the same direction. Non-uniform motion can refer to motion in which the speed or direction of motion are not constant throughout the period under consideration. Read More
Evaporation occurs because the molecules of the liquid are in constant motion, called Brownian motion. When an individual molecule moves fast enough to break all the intermolecular bonds or forces holding it to the other molecules are it, the molecule escapes and enters the gaseous phase. Eventually enough molecules will escape that a noticeable amount of liquid has been lost, and this is referred to as evaporation. Read More
No. An unbalanced force causes motion, but balanced forces keep a body in motion in a straight line at constant velocity, or at rest at constant 0 velocity. Read More
Well, technically yes, and we even know the magnitude of the constant acceleration. If velocity is constant, that tells you that acceleration is zero, which sounds like a constant to us. Read More
It is called uniform motion because the object covers equal distances in equal intervals of time which is why it has a constant velocity. Read More
How can you determine the speed of an object that has constant motion if you have a distance vs time graph of the motion?
If constant motion means constant velocity then, total distance / total time = avg velocity => avg speed constant velocity => avg velocity = velocity Read More
No.. this is impossible. Velocity must have a constant direction and speed to remain constant, it may have a constant speed, but the direction in a circle constantly changes. If it suddenly were to have constant direction, then the motion would go off on a tangent.. making it linear motion, not circular. In circular motion, velocity constantly changes. Always. Read More
Nope, can't agree with that. "Constant motion" means constant speed in a straight line. A projectile keeps moving faster vertically downward, and its path curves downward no matter what direction you launch it. So it fails both tests for constant motion: Its speed and direction both change. Read More
In a uniform circular motion,the magnitude of velocity remains constant,that is speed is constant,however due to change in direction in circular path constantly the motion is accelerated due to change in velocity. Read More
Constant velocity including the constant zero velocity. Read More
Assuming the graph is for displacement versus time, the motion should be constant velocity. If velocity versus time motion is constant acceleration Read More
motion is always measured in meters > uniform - constant - unchanging constant speed (SI units - metres per second) Read More
Yes. There are certainly other kinds of motion, whose angular frequency is not constant, but those are not called "simple harmonic" motion. Read More
It is uniform motion in a straight line. Read More
Describe the motion of the hydrogen molecule Read More
"Uniform" motion. That means any constant speed in any straight line or rotation at a constant speed. Read More
Yes, balanced forces don't have any motion, but I'm not sure if they would have a constant velocity. Read More