No,particles of will not be close together
yes the particles are very close together
They are not very close.
Ice is solid and all particles in a solid are close together. Therefore, particles (molecules of water) in ice are close together.
particles in a solid are packed so close together they can only
The particles of a solid are close together and the particles of a liquid are slightly farther apart.
The particles in a gas are far apart where as in a solid they are very close together and in a liquid they are less close then they are in a solid.
The part of the longitudinal wave where the particles are close together is called the compression
The state of matter that has particles close together and in fixed positions is a solid.
The state of matter depends on the closeness of the particles. Gases have particles that are very far apart and solids are close together. This is determined by the strength of attraction of these particles to one another.
The particles in a solid are very close. They can not move about. They vibrate about fixed positions. Solids have a fixed volume because the particles are so close they can not be squeezed together. Solids have a fixed shape because their particles can not move.
No. You can compress a gas because the particles are NOT close together. If they are close together (as in a solid) it is extremely difficult to compress any further.
In solids, particles tend to stay still, and are close together
because there particles are close together and then there is no space to compress the particles
steam is a gas so the particles are far apart
No, the particles disperse in the cold.
Particles of a liquid are close together but still moving.
The subatomic particles protons and neutrons are close in size and mass, though the neutrons are a bit larger.
no, the air inside balloons is a gas and therefore the particles are moving quickly and are spread out, bouncing off the sides of the balloon. Particles in solids are packed close together.
Liquids and solids are often referred to as condensed phases because the particles are very close together, little free space between particles, not easily compressible.
Disorganised is the opposite of detail oriented.
For example, when water is frozen, the particles in it freeze close together. Thus, forming ice. When the particles in a liquid are thawed out, the particles spread out.
They are very far apart.
Yes, it is true.
high sound particles are near, and low sound as far apart particles.