Particles in a liquid move much faster and more freely than particles in a solid. The kinetic energy possessed by liquid particles is higher compared to solid particles.
The particles in liquid move freely.
The liquid will turn into a gas so the particles are gonna be moving around freely.
The particles have room to move around, but cannot move entirely freely.
a gas have no definite shape so the particles can move around freely but in a liquid ,which has a definite shape, particles move around but are restricted
Particles in a solid move around very little depending on the material in question however most liquids can move around very freely. Therefore the answer is True.
they move more freely then molecules in a solid, but not as freely as molecules in a gas.
they move around freely over one another
the particles of a liquid are more freely than the solid because it dose not have definite shape
In a liquid particles move around freely and are constantly interacting with each other. They move by bouncing off each other creating friction.
The particles in a solid are close together.They are fixed in pace but can vibrate.The particles that make up a liquid are close together but usually farther apart than the particles in a solid are.They can slide freely past one another.The particles in gas are farther apart than particles in a liquid and solid.Gas particles move freely in any directions.
the particles in liquid move around slowly in the liquid
I think the reason why is that the particles in a gas move freely and they move fast. Therefor the particles in a liquid slide past eachother and the reason why that they're differ from eachoth is because a gas and a liquid are differ from eachother like an example, They particles in a gas heat up and move freely
NO! gas particles move around freely and zoom all over the place. ice is made of rigid particles which is why it is a solid. a liquid is made up of s l o w l y moving particles, which is why it can move freely.
the Liquid evaporates so that the gas particles move freely as if they were a bird . Then this creates the particles to explode witch frequently makes the gas
The particles in a solid are much more closely packed together than in a liquid where they are flowing more freely
In a solid the particles are packed tightly together in a more raged formation . in a liquid the particles move passing each other in a gas the particles move freely in the space they have
Liquid particles can nove around more than Solid particles they are in rows and have very strong bonds Liquid particles can nove around more than Solid particles they are in rows and have very strong bonds
Well it does. Every substance in any phase, consists of particles that are in constant movement. Sometimes it is a mere oscillation of particles, but sometimes particles move freely. In liquid the majority of particles move around each other, but forces between them, which can be called bonds sometimes, are preventing them from moving around very far.
The particles have most energy in particles in steam. In a gas. the particles move more freely, Therefore, there is more energy in the steam. :D LOL
Difference is with arrangement.In liquid particles are arranged bit tightly.In gas particles move freely.
Yes: Ice - They Vibrate Liquid - They flow Gas - They move around freely
In a gas, the particles are much less densely packed than the particles of a solid or liquid, and consequently they move much more freely.
Liquid for sure. As the particles in solid only vibrate and gas particles move about at random. Liquid particles are free to move past each other but, the tend to stick together. Hope that helped.
At no point. Particles moves around in liquid.