They are close together and vibrate
This is because of the particles are close together and dont move (they do vibrate)
Particles in a liquid are close together with no regular arrangement. Particles in a liquid vibrate, move about, and slide past each other.
The particles in a solid are very close. They can not move about. They vibrate about fixed positions. Solids have a fixed volume because the particles are so close they can not be squeezed together. Solids have a fixed shape because their particles can not move.
No,particles of will not be close together
As you know water particles are as not close together like a solid. When you heat water the particles vibrate and move around more, they don't move it closer together.
In a solid the paricles are very close together and vibrate slowly, always staying in one place!
yes the particles are very close together
In a solid, the particles are locked together, but they vibrate in place.
They are close together and vibrate in place, thus they form a solid structure that has a definite shape and volume.
They are locked together for which they vibrate
Ice is solid and all particles in a solid are close together. Therefore, particles (molecules of water) in ice are close together.
Solid. In this state the atoms are packed so close together that they only vibrate against each other.
particles in a solid are packed close together and vibrate. the particles in a liquid are loosely packed together and can move freely but not putting too much space between them. the particles in a gas are very spread apart and can move anywhere. does this help you understand?
They are Waves that vibrate particles back and forth like this :::::: : : : : : : ::::::: : : : : :::::::: : : : : :::::::: : : : : ::::::: The ones close together are called compression the ones further apart are called rarefaction.
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.
They are tightly bonded together therefore they can only vibrate.
Particles vibrate because of heat being present
Particles vibrate faster when they are heated.
The properties of a solid include having a definite shape and definite volume. The particles of a solid are close together, vibrate in place, and have low kinetic energy.
particles in a solid are packed so close together they can only
No. You can compress a gas because the particles are NOT close together. If they are close together (as in a solid) it is extremely difficult to compress any further.
the thermal energy is what causes the particles to vibrate.
The conduction of heat is the vibration of the atoms in the material. A solid's atoms are very close together, so that when a particle is heated and begins to vibrate, the other particles vibrate as well very quickly Hope that helped
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.