The particles in a solid state move around one point. The particles in liquids slide past each other. Particles in a gas are farther apart than the particles in a liquid.
The particles in a solid move around one point.
The particles in a solid state move around one point. Particles in a solid oscillate in fixed positions and are attracted to each other.
they more around ONE point because they are attracted to each other
I am not sure but i think particles move a little if you are exerting force on it...
how do particles behave in a solid state
It is a melting point, it gains particles and it speed's up when a solid - liquid change of state takes place.
The particles in a solid vibrate in place.
In solid state particles are closest and only able to vibrate, not moving around
The temperature at which a liquid becomes a solid is freezing point and when a solid is turned into a gas it is called sublimation. For a liquid to freeze the attractions between the particles must overcome their motion.So,Freezing; a liquid to a solid.Sublimation; when a solid becomes a gas.About Particles; they must overcome their motion
When heating a solid to its melting point, the molecules in the solid began to move and slide past one another becoming a liquid.
Freezing is a change of state because it is going from a liquid to a solid. In a solid state the particles move slowly, in a liquid state the particles move a little bit more, and in a gaseous state the particles move fast.
This is the solid state of matter.
solid because the particles are close together and they have no space to move around ;)
if its going from a solid to a liquid the particles move FAST. if its going from a liquid to a solid the particles freeze and move VERY slowly.
For most substances particles are most packed in the solid state?
The state of matter described is a solid.
The solid state of matter is the phase in which particles vibrate in space. Because particles in a solid are so tightly packed together, they can vibrate but not move to any significant extent. However, in liquids and gases, the molecules are free to vibrate was well as move around.
When a solid is in a solid state of matter the particles are tight and compact. When the solid melts it turns into a liquid state of matter so the particles aren't as tight together and loosen a bit.
Particles in a solid don't move at all, particles in a liquid move, particles in a gas move quickly
The state of matter where the particles are locked into a pattern is solid. This is the most sturdy state of matter.
This is the solid state.
This state of matter is solid.
Particles do not change when they change state from solid to liquid form. However, they will change behavior because they are completely still when they are solid and move faster when a liquid.
There are three states of matter, solid, liquid and gas. The state of matter wherein particles are fixed in a rigid structure is solid.