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# Use the particle theory of matter to explain what happens to the particles in a hot drink when it cools down?

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### Explain Pressure using the particle theory of matter?

Matter is anything that has mass and can take up space.The Particle Theory of Matter:1. Matter is made up of tiny particles (Atoms & Molecules)2. Particles of Matter are in constant motion.3. Particles of Matter are held together by very strong electric forces4. There are empty spaces between the particles of matter that are very large compared to the particles themselves.5. Each substance has unique particles that are different from the particles of other substances6. Temperature affects the speed of the particles. The higher the temperature, the faster the speed of the particles

### What are the the characteristics property of matter?

matter are composed by particles,particles are very small,particle have space between them

### What are the characteristics of the properties of matter?

matter are composed by particles,particles are very small,particle have space between them

### Where are there no particles of matter?

That's actually impossible unless you look between the particles of matter. Particles = more than one particle.

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### What does a elementary particles do?

What elementary particles do would depend on what type of particle they are. For example, there are antimatter particles, force particles, and matter particles.

### How do you explain an atom?

atom is the smallest particle of matter

### How do you ans explain?

atom is the smallest particle of matter

### Each fundamental atomic particle has an opposite particle. A collision of these opposites will result in the annihilation of each particle. What are these types of particles called?

Anti-particles. In the case of the (normal negatively-charged) electron, the anti-particle has a specific name; the positron. Since normal particles are the building blocks of matter, a collection of anti-particles are termed "anti-matter".

### Does all matter obey the particle theory?

yes because all matter has particles

### How do particle matter behave?

I know that particles in matter move a lot but i not quite sure what it means