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when the solid is heated, the water particles move faster, so the water changes from solid to liquid. more heating makes the particles move even faster

and farther apart, so the liquid water changes to a gas.

The particles of a gas are much farther apart than the particles of a

solid or a liquid.

When a solid is heated, energy is supplied to the particles, which makes the particles vibrate faster. They will vibrate faster and faster until they are vibrating fast enough to break free and move around randomly. This is melting and a liquid is formed.

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what happen to the particles of solid that is heated until it melts


The particles get faster and the particles will be turned into liquid particles instead of solid particles


When a solid is in a solid state of matter the particles are tight and compact. When the solid melts it turns into a liquid state of matter so the particles aren't as tight together and loosen a bit.


When a solid melts, it becomes a liquid that can flow.


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In a solid, like ice, the particles are tightly packed. This is why ice doesn't move too much. When the ice melts, it's partcles spread farther apart, transfering into the state of a liquid- also known to most people as water. (:


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The particles in a solid are very tightly packed together and rigid, that's why it doesn't do much moving about. The particles in a liquid are less tightly packed together so they can move around more. When a meltable solid is heated, the particles in that solid spread out and can move more, thus, you have a liquid. I hope that answers your question... :P


Warm it enough and it melts.


There is a chemical and physical. physical :


The molecules of water from ice (solid water) are transformed in a liquid and this liquid is transformed in a gas (vapors).


It melts. Because it is a solid when it is heated up it melts.


The particles move more quickly and begin to move from place to place


when u melt ice the hot particles transfer heat to the cold particles (ice) and the hot particles lose kinetic energy and the cold particles gain kinetic energy till the bonds relax and reaches the same temp



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