Particles move faster when heated. When cold, they move slower.
The bonds in between the particles become weakly bonded.
An increase in the temperature of a substance is an increase in the average energy of the particles. They move faster.
The movement is accelerated.
ummm it will definetely expand....if the materials you"re talking about is the term for science.
if they are heated then they turn to a liquid, if that are a soled well they are hard like ice
move faster when heated they move slower when cooled
Particles vibrate faster when they are heated.
As temperature increases, particle motion increases proportionally.
When particles are heated or cooled, they do not change size at all. They simply move with greater kinetic energy so the space between particles increases. This prompts the changes in size we see when substances are heated or cooled.
When a substance is heated, its particles start moving fast and their rate of collision also increases. The process leads to the substance expanding.
As a substance is heated, the particles that comprise the substance vibrate more and more violently and the energy that this motion represents increases.
because the particles of the compound, called atoms, vibrate more when heated and then when cooled the
Metal that is heated will expand(meaning to become larger), and metal contracts(shrinks) when it is cooled. I think that it is because when it is heated, the molecules spread apart(sort of like when you heat water), and the opposite happens when it is cooled.
its a movement of small particles of matter
No matter whether there is limited energy, particles are still moving. When they are heated, they move very fast and rapidly. When they are cooled, they tend to slow down and move slower. That is because heat is energy adn when something is cooled, they lose their heat, basically, they lose their energy and particles move slow.
the substance expands when heated because the particles that make up the substance is trying to get out and escape the heat.
the particles start to move faster and have more kinetic energy and when it is cooled it moves slower with less energy
When a gas is heated up, the particles within the gas start to move faster, going farther apart (expansion). When a gas is cooled, the particles slow down and it starts to condense (contract), and if cooled enough, into a liquid.
volume: when you heat it, the particles will spread out, making the substance expand Density: same as above plus the particles are more spread out when heated, making the substance less dense, and when cooled the substance is more dense because the particles are closer together viscosity: same as above
Water is heated we get boiling solution (water is evaporated). Water is cooled we get ice form(water is freezing).
It changes the vibrations of the molecules.
When a substance is heated, the energy goes to the particles and their bonding and causes them to vibrate more vigorously.
When molecules are heated they become more active. When they are cooled, the slow down.
what happen to the particles of solid that is heated until it melts