how do particles behave in a solid state
particles in a solid are compressed together, and vibrating.
The particles are tightly linked together.
They are still be cause there isn't any activity going on inside the solid
The particles are "released" from their 'crystal' state, and the particles move much faster and more freely. ~me
because of their particles solids the particles are packed close together so that they hardly to move . an liquids the particles move around a little
particles behave in a liquid by brownian movement
Freezing is a change of state because it is going from a liquid to a solid. In a solid state the particles move slowly, in a liquid state the particles move a little bit more, and in a gaseous state the particles move fast.
the water particles or molecules line up to become a solid which causes it to expand
The temperature at which a liquid becomes a solid is freezing point and when a solid is turned into a gas it is called sublimation. For a liquid to freeze the attractions between the particles must overcome their motion.So,Freezing; a liquid to a solid.Sublimation; when a solid becomes a gas.About Particles; they must overcome their motion
The particles are moving rapidly
no jam is a solid because it is a solid Jam is often considered to be a 'suspension' - a state in which particles of a substance and mixed with a fluid but undissolved. Also, the word 'gel' applies in which particles of fruit are dispersed in a liquid medium which has become viscous enough to behave more or less like a solid
Sublimation is the change from solid to gas without going through the liquid phase. In the solid phase (such as ice) the particles are bonded to each other, in the gas phase the particles are not tightly bound to each other (such as water vapor).
The air particles are behave like collidel particles because they collide with each other and form a high weight of air.
Not necessarily, particles behave like waves in the quantum mechanical world.
When heated enough, they behave like a gas.
when freezing, particles moves slow with out stopping.
no but the particles in a solid vibrate
solid particles cannot move.
Particles in a solid vibrate in place.
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 solid has generally a crystalline structure.
The particles in a solid vibrate in place.
Particles in a solid vibrate.
The particles of a solid are close together and the particles of a liquid are slightly farther apart.