Not counting how they all move together as the object moves;
each molecule moves around its own location (often said to vibrate) at a speed that depends on the temperature of the object.
If the temp gets high enough, then the molecule(s) can break loose of the bonds that hold them in place ... either liquefying or evaporating.
At absolute zero they don't move, theoretically (for that temp has never been reached).
Molecules in a solid move slower than the molecules in a liquid and a gas. Molecules in a gas move faster than the liquid and a solid.
The molecules in a solid move like a rapid vibration. They stay in place, but they are still in motion.
It is the solid. The molecules in solid dont move much but they do move, just a bit.
how does molecules in a solid, liquid and gas compare
In liquid molecules move faster but in solid the molecules would vibrate about its mean position
depends on what molecules you are talking about, for example; water molecules move to solid, cool surfaces.
the molecules in a solid are closer together which makes it solid and the molecules in a liquid
Solid molecules are rigid and has a shape. Liquid molecules are less rigid than solid and the molecules move. Gases have no shape and its molecules are free floating and move at rapid speeds against each other.
in a liquid the molecules are spread out and can move around a lot and in a solid the molecules are together and can not move in a gas the moleules can move out more than a liquid
they move more freely then molecules in a solid, but not as freely as molecules in a gas.
They spread out and move around more than molecules in a solid would.
The molecules of a solid state are tightly packed together. Movement of molecules is restricted to vibrating in their equilibrium position.
Molecules actually move faster in liquid because they have more space between them to move about. That's why liquid can flow, and a solid cannot. =)
No molecules of solids DO NOT move from place to place because in a solid, the molecules of that solid are so tightly packed together, that they can only vibrate in one place.
a solid is a solid because the molecules that are in the object are closely compact with each other. they do not move but the do vibrate.
Fast. they move slow in a solid
melting. Yep, it sure is melting. But also, when a solid becomes a liquid, it basically is heat being applied to the solid, and causing the molecules of the solid to move around, and when the molecules move around, it is not called a solid anymore, but called a liquid, because the molecules are not compact. :D -Dain
Its easy,,, because the molecules of the solid is close together, while the molecules of the gas are separated from each other..... I hope you understand this -_- ^__^
molecules move faster in a state of gas and they move so fast that they broke the gravity force and attractions of each other. Molecules in a state of solid just viberate. so gas would be faster.
Molecules vibrate in a solid but they do not move from one place to another. Although these vibrations are small yet they result in a change in the position of molecules. So, we can say that molecules change position in a solid.
No, molecules or particles in a solid are tightly packed together so that they can not move they can only vibrate.
In a solid the molecules are tightly packed together all touching one another and vibrate; in a liquid the molecules are more loosely packed and more free to move around but they are still touching; in a gas the molecules are free to move where they please
they vibrate around fixed points