That would be an amorphous solid.
A solid not arranged in a regular pattern is an amorphous solid
Some solid particles are arranged in patterns, such as diamonds or crystals, but some are not, such as coal or glass.
The particles in a crystalline solid are arranged in a repeating pattern.
This is an amorphous solid.
In neat layers.
Particles are arranged in regular, systematic, repeating patterns, which will vary depending on the material in question.
melting the solid
Yes but it depends on which solid.
the particle arrangements of a liquid is that the particles and atoms are a bit separated from each other. In a solid, they are closely packed together. In a gas they have no particular particle arrangement and are very far apart.
Glass, solid epoxy and so on.Edit: Glass, rubber, and some types of polymers (i.e. PVC) are all examples of amorphous solids. Amorphous solids have particles which are randomly arranged and have no ordered long-range structure. If a solid does have long-range ordered structure, it is said to be a crystalline solid (there are several types of these, including ionic, molecular, metallic, and covalent network solids).
They are tightly packed and in lines and they are vibrating.
liquid and solid
In a solid, the particles are packed tightly together. They do not have a lot of room for motion. These particles are arranged in a regular, usually repeating pattern.
A solid in which the constituent particles do not form a pattern is said to be amorphous.
Glass is a amorphous solid because they have large particles but randomly arranged
It is a solid. It is crystalline.
In a solid the particles are all packed very tightly together.ery tightly together.In a liquid the particles are arranged farther apart.