What happens to the movementof particles as a substance from a gas to a liquid?
the force between the substance molecule is increased and due to the increasing of the force, the molecule bocome nearer to each other until they form a liquid
Particles of a liquid have more thermal energy than particles of the same substance in solid form. As a gas, the particles of this same substance have even more thermal energy. A substance changes state when its thermal energy increases or decreases sufficiently. A change from solid to liquid involves an increase in thermal energy. As you can guess, a change from liquid to solid is just the opposite: It involves a decrease in thermal…
Boiling occurs when the intermolecular forces holding a substance in the liquid state become overwhelmed and allow the particles to separate into the gaseous state. Particles in the gaseous state are roughly 2000 times farther apart than in the liquid state, which causes expansion of the substance in its gaseous form.
The faster the molecules of a substance are moving, the warmer that substance is, because temperature is really a measurement of the average kinetic energy of the molecules in a substance or object. For a substance to evaporate, or change from a liquid to a gas, it has to become warmer. That means that the kinetic energy of the molecules increases.
The particles 'Coalesce' into larger particles which become a mass of liquid at its condensing/boiling temperature. Vaporization and condensation take place at the same temperature. As the particles are merging, they are losing Latent Heat and their Kinetic Energy is decreasing. They therefore move closer together and form the liquid phase.
As a substance goes from the solid to liquid to gas state, the particles in it are getting farther and farther apart, because they are obtaining more energy, causing them to move around faster, collide more, and move apart. As a substance goes from the gas to liquid to solid state, the particles in it are getting closer and closer, because they are losing energy which causes them to slow down and get pushed tighter…
What happens to particles inside of a solid liquid or gas when energy is added compared to when energy is removed?
When a solid substance is placed in water or another liquid particles of the substance break awayand move into a liquid what is this called?
How does the arrangement and movement of particles change as a substance changes from a liquid to a gas and solid to a liquid?
Heat is the average kinetic energy of something. When you increase the heat, you make the particles in the substance move faster. It would be more correct to say that particles moving in a liquid (or any substance rather) cause heat. So increasing heat causes particles in a liquid to move faster. Hope that helps.