What atoms look like in a solid?
they look like three spheres.a big one in the middle and two smaller ones on the ends
They are lined up in a row like a solid object's atoms. This is true because when magnets are heated it causes the atoms to move rapidly. The more the atoms speed up, the more the balance between the magnetic domains and temperature destabilizes causing the magnetic properties to be destroyed ruining the magnet.
Iron is a metal and therefore is not made of molecules, but rather atoms. Molecules are only for covalent substances like sand, which is SiO2. No, they would not look the same if you could magnify them enough to see them. Metals form a "sea of electrons" with the inner shells of the atoms surrounded by delocalized electrons. SiO2 is a network solid which would have more of a lattice type structure. The size of…