Temperature is directly proportional to movement of particles in a substance. The greater the temperature, the more the particles move.
The lower the temperature of a substance, the slower the particles will move. The higher the temperature, the greater the movement of the particles.
the higher the temperature: the more the movement of energy in the particle. the lower the temperature: the less the movement of energy in the particle.
It is hard to exactly define temperature in terms of such things - but roughly speaking, the temperature is the average kinetic energy (energy of movement) per particle, per degree of freedom.
if the temperature of the substance is raised then the kinetic energy of the gaseous particles will also increase....
If there is an increase in the temperature of a substance, that indicates the increase in vibration and speed of the particles. If there is a decrease in the temperature of a substance, that indicates the decrease in vibration and speed of the particles.
Temperature is a measure of the kinetic energy of the particles of a substance.
When we heat a substance, the energy absorbed is converted into kinetic energy of the particles in it. The faster the particles in it vibrate, move, collide, etc. the higher the temperatureof a substance.So the expected answer is Temperature
The higher the speed the greater the temperature, and vice versa.
Electricity is related to the movement of charged particles.
No. The average kinetic energy of the individual particles in an object is basically related to the object's temperature.
idk! i was wondering the exact same thing! that's crazy! wow! Higher the temperature faster the motion
Work is not a property of a substance, because work requires movement through space of a mass, and movement is not an inherent property of any substance. Heat is also not a property of a substance, although heat is closely related to temperature, which is a property of any particular homogeneous sample of a substance but not of any substance in general, because any substance can exist at more than one temperature.
False, the two are totally unrelated. Temperature is related to the average energy of the particles.False, the two are totally unrelated. Temperature is related to the average energy of the particles.False, the two are totally unrelated. Temperature is related to the average energy of the particles.False, the two are totally unrelated. Temperature is related to the average energy of the particles.
Yes molecules vibrate at their own place. However this motion is very tiny. At absolute zero temperature, a pure crystal will have zero motion of molecules. Movement of any particles and temperature is directly related.
A substance with a high specific heat will easily change temperature.
Molecular movement is directly related to temperature. As temperature increase, the additional energy is absorbed by the molecules. This energy is converted to motion energy and the molecules will move faster.
No. In gases, 'Absolute temperature' is proportionally related to the kinetic energy of the particles. Therefore, increase in temperature results in increase in the kinetic energy of the particles.
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Temperature is the average kinetic energy of the particles of a substance. For instance, a cup of hot water and a bath of hot water may be at the same temperature, but there is more energy in the bath water.
Heat is related to the movement of the molecules. If they move faster, the substance is hotter.
They are not related. Kinetic Energy has to do with the speed or how fast something is going. Temperature has to do with how hot or cold something is. Maybe you are thinking of THERMAL ENERGY. That has to do with heat.When the temperature increase, that substances will tend to vibrate and then at a certain high temperature will start to move;that is why we say it gain energy.Temperature is a measure of the kinetic energy of the particles of a substance.
No, the quantity doesn't affect the temperature but it may (and usually does) affect the time taken for a substance to achieve that temperature.
The temperature of a substance typically varies with the average speed of the particles that it contains, raised to the second power; that is, it is proportional to the mean kinetic energy of its constituent particles. Simply: they're directly related (if avg speed goes up, temp goes up; if avg speed goes down, temp goes down)
Yes. At least, it is closely related.
It is related to the movement of electrons (or other charged particles).