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At its melting point, the particles of a solid substance are vibrating so fast that they break free from their fixed positions

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come closer to become a solid by liberating heat


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


the particles move and they shift into a blob. or the liquid is frozen


liquid particles do not join the solid particles because the particles of solid are very tightly packed but this is not in the case of liquid


The particles vibrate more until the particles break away and become more spread out. This is when they become a liquid.


The molecules in the individual solid particles break free of their regular rigid framework by vibrating more energetically. Eventually the particles of the solid lose their shape and fuse together as a pool of liquid.


In a solid the particles are packed tightly together in a more raged formation . in a liquid the particles move passing each other in a gas the particles move freely in the space they have


The particles in a solid are very tightly packed together and rigid. The particles in a liquid are less tightly packed together. When a solid like lead is heated, the particles spread out and can move more, making a liquid.



Liquid solid is the solid particles from the liquid. This goes through to the membrane.


The particles of a liquid are not attached to each other. The particles of a solid are.




The solid will melt because the particles are moving apart, therefore, you get a liquid.


The particles of a solid are close together and the particles of a liquid are slightly farther apart.


No, particles in a solid only vibrate, whereas particles in a liquid are free to move within the liquid.


Liquid solid is the particles from the liquid. This is when the liquid goes through the membrane.


if its going from a solid to a liquid the particles move FAST. if its going from a liquid to a solid the particles freeze and move VERY slowly.


they move faster, eventually changing the solid into a liquid


Particles in a liquid move much faster and more freely than particles in a solid. The kinetic energy possessed by liquid particles is higher compared to solid particles.


Solid particles dispersed in a gas: aerosols Solid particles dispersed in a liquid: suspension


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.


Liquid particles can nove around more than Solid particles they are in rows and have very strong bonds Liquid particles can nove around more than Solid particles they are in rows and have very strong bonds


Melting is the process of turning a solid into a liquid. It is when a solid [such as ice] gains heat energy the particles inside the solid become excited and move further apart. The solid then becomes a liquid. If you continue to heat the liquid it will evaporate.


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