In general, two liquids that are miscible are made up of molecules. Another option could be liquid metals that are mixed together in an alloy. In that case, you would have atoms of the metals.
no dips know the answer
Mixing and dispersion are two such words.
One liquid spread throughout another liquid would be an emulsion. The two liquids do not interact.
A non-solid. The particles are really spread out in a gas, and less spread-out in a liquid.
Centrifuging. This is used to separate small particles that spread out throughout the liquid & remain in suspension.
From a liquid to a gas, the particles become more spread out and move slower. From a solid to a liquid, the particles also become more spread out and move slower.
Particles are close but disorganized will change from gaseous state to liquid form. Once in liquid form the particles will spread out.
It's still powder, although it is a bit finer. The particles are spread out throughout the liquid.
Yes, homogeneous mixture particles are spread evenly throughout the mixture, like lemonade.
For example, when water is frozen, the particles in it freeze close together. Thus, forming ice. When the particles in a liquid are thawed out, the particles spread out.
Although liquid particles are more disordered than those in solid particles, they are less disordered than those of gaseous particles. In liquids, particles slide past one another. In gases, however, particles are more spread apart and move in a random manner.
A colloidal suspension of solid or liquid particles in a gaseous medium.
The particles vibrate more until the particles break away and become more spread out. This is when they become a liquid.
particles in a gas- are all spread out, so NOT 1 of the particles are touching. particles in a liquid - some of the particles are touching and some of them are on their own. gas- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . liquid- .. . .. .. .. . . . .. . .. ... . .. ... . . .. .. .. . just to help some more: the particles in a solid- are all touching, so EVERY single 1 of the particles is touching another.
yes. solids are more dense than liquids and the particles in gases are more spread out and faster.
only if theirs wind involved
When particles of one substance spread through another substance, that is called diffusion.
Oil and water will not mix together, therefore they are neither a solution or a suspenion - they are an emulsion - Where one liquid is spread throughout another liquid
gas because the particles are spread farther apart
well........... tHE PARTICLES IN A LIQUID R NOT IN A FIXED POSITION I.e. a solid BUT in a liquid they r spread apart more. They also have more energy in them. A gas spreads quickly because the particles are REALLY spread out. They also hav a lot of energy in them. If u search in google images liquid particles you will see
It is a homogeneous solution.
no, consistency of such is a homogeneous characteristic
Homogeneous mixtures, or solutions.
You think probable to bubbling.
The particles in a solid solution are packed closely together, they vibrate. The particles in a liquid solution are spread more.