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All particles move solid particles vibrate gas moves fast.

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No. Gas particles move much faster than solid particles.


Particles in a solid do not move very much--they are tightly packed into a pattern. Particles in a gas move around a lot and are not bound to each other in any way.


No, particles in a solid only vibrate, whereas particles in a liquid are free to move within the liquid.


Yes in a way but scientifically solid particles don't move at all gas particles actually move really fast


more because gas particles have more energy to move with rater than solid which has little


Gases particles move through and faster than the particles in a solid


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 movement of a molecule's particles in a solid move much less and are more structured than a liquid, and a liquid's particles move less than a gas.The movement of a molecule's particles of solid move much less and are more rigid than liquid, and liquid more so than a gas.


Particles in a solid are held together by tight bonds, therefore only vibrate in a fixed position. Gases, however have a weaker or no bonds at all so the particles move about more about more freely.


Particles that make up a liquid move more quickly than those in a solid


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.


Solid particles are packed tightly. So solid particles have the least particle speed. Liquid particles are loosely packed. Therefor they move in more speed than solid particles. Gas particles move freely with the highest particle speed.


Yes. The colder the substance become, the slower the particles move. Actually in pure ice the particles do not move at all.


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.


gliding movement. The particles move faster then that of a solid, but slower than that of a gas.


The atoms within a liquid are less tightly packed and more free to move than those in a solid.


the particles of a liquid are more freely than the solid because it dose not have definite shape


Gas can be compressed because the particles are far apart and have enough space to move into, solid and liquids particles have no space to move into! Hope this helps!


If you are talking about actual movement gas particles can move faster because of the effects of gravity. If you are talking about vibration rates of molecules and atoms, the gas particles vibrate faster because they are naturally at a higher temp than they would be if they were in the solid phase.



Liquids can flow, their particles can move about more than solid particles, you can't compress them, and they are quite dense.


Gas particles, like the particles in all states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) are always moving apart and colloding with other particles. Gas particles have more space in between and tend to move faster than the particles in a solid or liquid state. Temperature only affects how fast a particle moves, therefore warm air makes gas particles move faster and cold air makes gas particles move slower.


when the solid is heated, the water particles move faster, so the water changes from solid to liquid. more heating makes the particles move even faster and farther apart, so the liquid water changes to a gas. The particles of a gas are much farther apart than the particles of a solid or a liquid. When a solid is heated, energy is supplied to the particles, which makes the particles vibrate faster. They will vibrate faster and faster until they are vibrating fast enough to break free and move around randomly. This is melting and a liquid is formed.


Particles in a solid are packed tightly together, and vibrate, but don't really move around. In liquid, they are fairly close together, but are not arranged in a particular pattern, and slide over and around each other. In a gas, the particles are spread out and in no regular arrangement and move around and vibrate at high speeds. Additionally, particles in a solid move slower than particles in a liquid or gas, particles in a liquid move somewhere in the middle, and gas particles move the fastest of all.


the atoms move much slower than in liquids, gases, and plasmas.