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.
Yes, in fact, particle movement is what heat is.
The arrangement changes because the freezing point. When something freezes it changes into a new substance and that is arranging it into a chemical change.
water changing to a solid: freezing movement of particles: vibration in fixed positions. arrangement: fixed positions (bonds between every particle). moving closer together water as a liquid: movement of particles: move about (slide past each other) arrangement: close together with no regular arrangement water to gas: boiling movement of particles: free/random movement at high speeds. arrangement: particles move further apart with no bonds between particles.
You mean if a substance can go from solid to liquid? Of course, take the ice cubes out of the freezer and you'll see it happening. Do you mean that when such process occurs, does the substance changes? No, only the grouping and movement of particles in it.
When a substance changes from a liquid to a gas, the kinetic energy of its particles increases.
physical. melting does not change the substance; it only changes the state of matter (or the movement of particles).
The particles in the substance slowly separate and when the substance is a gas the particles are free, and are buzzing all over the place
The link is that the particles never completely stop and the particles maintains this kinetic energy unless its speed changes I.E. heating or cooling. when you add heat the particles move faster and when you cool they move slower.
The speed of the particles in a substance changes when the temperature changes. Heating the substance causes the particles to speed up, while cooling causes the particles to slow down.
This varies depending on the substance What happens to the particles in substance B if they change state to substance
its a movement of small particles of matter
in my opinion, I don't really know
the particles in the substance slow down, and the heat energy is cooled.
The distance increases, as the particles become more energetic and the substance loses its definite volume, as the particles bounce around, due to heat/increased energy.
Why The Temperature Stays The SameDuring a phase change, the average energy of the particles remains the same, but, the particles are rearranging themselves. Particles become less organized as their energy increases, so the substance changes from a solid to a liquid to a gas. As the energy of the particles becomes less, the particles rearrange themselves more orderly, so a gas changes to a liquid and then to a solid. The total energy of the particles changes - by increasing or decreasing, because the particles are not increasing or decreasing their speed, just their arrangement. The average energy doesn't change. The energy change is hidden from a thermometer and is called 'hidden heat' or 'latent heat'.
No, a substance changes from gas to liquid to solid as it cools.
In some electrochemical reactions the no. of particles automatically changes because of association and dissociation in solution
Adding heat will do one of the following, or both: * The temperature of the substance increases. The individual particles move faster; their kinetic energy increases. * The substance changes its state (for example, when ice melts, it changes from solid to liquid). The potential energy of the particles increases.
well in a liquid the particles move freely. When it goes through a condenser it changes into gas vapour. However when it comes back out it drops as a liquid because the condenser condenses the gas and changes the gas to liquid. The particles move closer as in a gas particle they move freely. So the gas particles move closer which forms the liquid particles. They change because they condense if the go through a condenser! Sorry if itz not the answer ur not lookin for sorry
As energy is added to a substance, the particles that make up the substance vibrate faster. This is what causes substances to change state (solid to liquid to gas). As the particles move faster, the structure changes.