What are the 8 particles that represent a solid?
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Particles in a solid vibrate in place.
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solid particles cannot move.
how do particles behave in a solid state
no but the particles in a solid vibrate
liquid particles do not join the solid particles because the particles of solid are very tightly packed but this is not in the case of liquid
The particles of a solid are close together and the particles of a liquid are slightly farther apart.
particles in a solid are compressed together, and vibrating.
The particles in a solid vibrate in place.
Particles in a solid vibrate.
The particles of a liquid are not attached to each other. The particles of a solid are.
particles of a solid are closer together, and of less kinetic energy than particles of gas
No. Gas particles move much faster than solid particles.
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.
Atoms are in a solid but as in particles it depends on the object.
If the object is completely solid the particles don't move
Sublimation is the conversion from solid directly to gas, so the particles of a solid that sublimes would change into a gas.
the particles in a solid are closely locked in position and can only vibrate
The particles in a solid are spaced far apart?
Liquid particles can nove around more than Solid particles they are in rows and have very strong bonds Liquid particles can nove around more than Solid particles they are in rows and have very strong bonds
solid particles are packed together. gas particles are spread apart and move around freely and quickly.
No, particles in a solid only vibrate, whereas particles in a liquid are free to move within the liquid.
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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.
yes. gas has the fastest moving particles and a solid has the slowest moving particles and particles in a liquid are moving faster than solid particles but not as fast as gas particles.
These are gases.
Solid particles dispersed in a gas: aerosols Solid particles dispersed in a liquid: suspension
The tiny particles that make up a solid are atoms.
Liver The Liver filters out solid waste particles of the blood.
The particles in a solid are all neatly clumped together and tight!
The particles in a solid are closely locked in position and can only vibrate.
Gases particles move through and faster than the particles in a solid
A solid has tightly packed particles.
All particles move solid particles vibrate gas moves fast.
the particles in a solid spread out unlike it was before joined together. the particles have now loosen
When solids are heated the particles in the solid vibrate faster. Usually solid vibrate on a fixed spot but it vibrates faster when heated.
In an amorphous solid, the particle arrangement on both a macroscopic and microscopic scale has no periodicity, it is literally amorphous. On a crystalline solid, the particles arrangement is neat and ordered. There is a periodicity to the particles.
Liquid solid is the solid particles from the liquid. This goes through to the membrane.
The particles are vibrating about their mean position.
Particles in a solid are tightly-packed, so there is no movement at all, therefore no space.
The particles in a solid move around one point.
There are strong forces of attraction between particles in a solid.
The particles in a solid state move around one point. Particles in a solid oscillate in fixed positions and are attracted to each other.
Particles in a solid don't move at all, particles in a liquid move, particles in a gas move quickly
In a solid, the particles are packed tightly together. They do not have a lot of room for motion. These particles are arranged in a regular, usually repeating pattern.
The very small solid (and liquid) particles suspended in the atmosphere are called aerosol particles, or aerosols.
The particles get faster and the particles will be turned into liquid particles instead of solid particles
Solid particles, whatever particles they may be, move with different velocities. But in no case does any solid particle (any particle with mass) move at or beyond the speed of light.
the particles in solid iodine look like SMALL circles packed tightly together to form a SOLID.