By heating, you are adding energy. The particles will vibrate(move) faster.
the particles in the substance slow down, and the heat energy is cooled.
This doesn't really make sense. If you apply heat to a substance you increase the kinetic energy of its particles, which we perceive as an increase in temperature.
heat energy is created by the random motion of the particles present in the molecules of the substance which increases the kinetic energy as a result of increase of velocity of intermolecular particles resulting in increase of temperature and producyion of heat.
When a substance is heated it's volume will increase.
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.
the particles of the substance move faster, farther apart and the forces of attraction weaken
its particles expand rush around really fast because of the heat
The distance increases, as the particles become more energetic and the substance loses its definite volume, as the particles bounce around, due to heat/increased energy.
As heat energy is supplied to a liquid, its temperature rises. The rise of temperature causes a rise in the kinetic energy of the particles; which happens when the speed of the particles increases.
Whenever heat is added to the system, we increase the average kinetic energy of molecules. Increasing the K.E. of molecules cause the molecules to move further apart and collide back even more violently. This can cause size of the substance to increase.
The particles move violently during boiling. This happens due heat of the medium.
When heat is applied to an object the particles move faster.
When we remove heat from particles they will got cold an will be contracted
In most cases, the volume will increase with temperature... density decreases. The volume of liquids and gasses increase as they are heated. This is because the heat energy is tranferred to the particles in the substance, making them increase their speed. The particles then need more space to move, so there becomes more space around the gas or liquid particles causing the substance expand and take up more space.
It turns into a liquid because the particles heat up and shift about causing them to be shifted about as a different substance (liquid)
No, heat makes the particles move faster. If you remove the heat the particles will start moving slower as it cools down.
The particles of the substance gain kinetic energy as they absorb heat energy. Eventually there is enough kinetic energy for the particles to escape the liquid phase, forming the gas phase.
When you heat molecule you give them energy in form of motion.Lets take CO2 molecule. When you heat it its velocity increases. Particles start flying faster. Second thing that happens is that bonds O-C-O starts vibrate more rapidly and stronger (at some point thous vibrations can torn apart molecule)So two things happen to molecule when you heat them:You increase theyr velocityYou increase vibration of bondsthe molecules start moving faster.
When heat is provided to a substance, the particles inside the substances gains the energy and starts vibrating to and fro hitting another particle and it continues.it can even be very in portent to know that heat is really the main thing you have to know.
When heat is added to a substance, the rate at which the particles are traveling also increases, for heat and velocity share a direct relationship.
Adding heat energy will usually increase the temperature. At the level of the individual particles, the particles will vibrate faster.
If heat is added to it.
-- When the heat causes the substance to melt or vaporize. -- When heat is being leaked out of the substance at the same rate somewhere else.
the motion of the particles increases or decreases when the temperature increases or decreases. When added heat to Particles they move faster
When heat is added to a substance, the molecules and atoms vibrate faster.