At high temperature the strength decrease.
when copper and zinc are heated, they create brass :)
The density will decrease because the heated metal contracts and its particles slow down.
The oxygen oxidizes the metal, forming a metal oxide.
They expand ------- No, normally metals expand when heated.
it decreases in strength in meany ways for different materials for exsample, with gases if there is an increase in humidity, then it decreases the dielectric strength
The two metals have different expansion rates when the strip is heated. This means that one of the metals will expand more than the other, causing the strip to bend.
No, metals always expand when heated and contract only when cooled.
Most metals swell when heated
They move faster and collide more often and with more strength, increasing pressure.
all of them, and not only the metals, all elements will become plasmas if heated enough.
All metals can be heated, as can all nonmetals.
materials usually expand when heated.
all metal carbonates give their oxides & CO2 except alkali metals (K,Na).
Why do metals do not catch fire when heated whereas paper ignites on heating
When heated enough it melts, like all the other metals
Strength, Endurance, and with some metals: Flexibility
Iodine will sublime when heated.
when matter is heated it will expand..
When matter is heated it will expand
matter expands when heated
the answer is on the book of physics :)
A bimetallic strip is made of two different metals. When heated metals expand. Since in a bimetallic strip there are two different metals they will expand different amounts. This causes the bend in the strip.
Yes, many metals can bend, even without being heated (eg. Copper). These are called malleable metals.
they melt into liquid. The particles will start to get really warm and then vibrate and if they get heated for so long the metal will change state and become a liquid. The molecules (small particles) expand so the metal also expand.
When solids are heated they turn into liquid