The energy of moving particles in matter is mcV where V is a vector and the energy is a vector energy.
It depends upon the mass of the particles also. Assuming equal mass, then the slower moving particle gains some energy, and the faster moving particle loses energy. However, if the slower moving particle had greater mass, it could transfer energy to the faster moving particle.
Kinetic energy is possessed by moving atoms. It is the energy possessed by particles in motion.
Convection is the movement of particles due to a gradient of energy. Heat energy is thus transfered by the moving particles.
It is kinetic energy.
Faster particles have more energy than slower particles, yes.
all particle made up of particles,.whena material give more heat energy the particles move faster faster moving particles give them a high temperature..when heat energy is taken away from particles they slow down and so amterial has low temperature.in any material there must be some particles which are slower moving and having less energy and some are fast moving having high energy .
Heat is thermal energy flowing from particles of one object to particles of another object. Thermal energy is the type of energy of moving particles in an object
Increased energy makes particles move faster.
- How fast the particles are moving - The number of particles in a substance VJ
The particles in a substance lose thermal energy as the temperature decreases, because the particles are moving and vibrating less.
The Total energy of moving particles is the sum of the Scalar/potential energy and the vector energy, in summary the Quaternion Energy is the Total Energy. E = Es + Ev = Es + mcV The Scalar or Potential energy is Gravity and or Electric Potential energy if the particle is charged.
- How fast the particles are moving - The number of particles in a substance
Kinetic energy <3
the current energy
It depends on what medium it is in. If it is in a solid medium, the particles will be closely together, or vibrating. If it is in a liquid, the particles will be spreaded out and moving slowly. If it is in a gas, the particles will be in moving rapidly.
What is the energy called when the energy of electrically charged particles are moving from one place to another?
If you add heat energy to a substance, the energy of its particles increases. This can result:* In the particles moving faster (their kinetic energy increases), or * In a change of phase - for example, from solid to liquid. In this case, the POTENTIAL energy of the particles increases.
the particles freeze up & not moving they lose energy and turn into ice
exerting lots of kinetic energy into gas particles speeds up the collision theory
Kinetic energy is the energy of motion and particles at absolute zero would not be moving as this is the definition of absolute zero. So, no kinetic energy at all.
They stop moving and stop producing energy.
Kinetic energy I don't know the awnser but i know kinetic energy is wrong
the hotter/more energy the particles have the more they will be moving/vibrating.Since the "hot" particles have a lot of energy, they will be moving all over the place, therefore diffusion will be able to happen faster than usual.
depends slow or fast...
Yes, they're fast moving particles
its particles stop moving around because of loosing kinetic energy. As you know kinetic energy is something that moves around .And particles in sample of matter cool off and stop.
Yes. In a way, energy and mass are closely related; energy HAS mass, mass HAS energy. Energy gets converted into mass routinely in particle accelerators. The kinetic energy from the moving particles gets converted into new particles.
These are radioactive.
the hotter it is, the faster they are moving
All matter is made of moving particles. If there is more kinetic energy the particles move faster and are farther apart. If there is less kinetic energy the particles move slower and stay close together.
Because hot gas particles have greater kinetic energy than cold gas particles
No, it is wrong. Kinetic energy of any particle is directly proportional to the velocity of the particle. So, faster moving particles have more kinetic energy
What happened to the kinetic energy of the particles in a sample of gas as the temperature of the sample increase?
They increase also as you are adding energy, so the particles are moving around at a much faster rate per energy added.
Yes, generally the faster molecules are moving, the greater their energy. This manifests as higher temperature, and (for gases) higher pressure.
What kind of energy produces heat because of many subatomic particles that are moving around in the air?
The measure of the kinetic energy of a moving object is known as its momentum.
Energy transfer by waves or particles of light is called radiation.
Yes, they do, because every particle in every object is always moving, when when something is moving, that means that it has kinetic energy.