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The more energy a substance has the faster its particles in solution will move.

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When energy is transferred into air what happens to the particles of air?

Kinetic energy is measured by temperature. It is also the speed the particles are moving. So added energy means the particles move faster, so the air is hotter. The pressure also increases if its in a container or room etc.

What happens to the air particles when air expands?

nothing they just gain energy and move further apart

What happens to air particles when air expands?

All the particles gain more energy (i.e from heat) and move quicker and therefore they spread out causing air to expand

When energy is transferred to the air what happens to the particles of the air?

The molecules heat up (have greater energy) and move faster, so the pressure they exert increases.

Air temperature rises when particles in the air do what?

The air temperature rises when particles in the air begin to move faster. The energy of the motion of particles is called thermal energy.

What happens to the particles when you burn magnesium?

The magnesium particles are given enough heat energy to combine with the oxygen in the air, then they form magnesium oxide (MgO).

When cool air cools what happens?

It gets colder. And the energy increases so the particles move further apart.

When energy is transferred to air what happens to the particles of air?

When energy is transferred to air, the molecules in the air become more excited. The energy causes the molecules to move around more than they did before, which could cause an increase in temperature, among other things.

How does sound energy travel between particles?

The vibrating air particles bump into other air particles, making them vibrate as well.

What happens to the particles when you spray perfume?

The particles in perfume get mixed in air & we can smell it .

What happens between air particles?

Nothing is between air partials!

What happens to air as sound travels through it?

Sound is transmitted from a source to the surrounding air particles, which vibrate or collide and pass the sound energy along to our ears. Without any particles to vibrate we wouldn't hear the sound.

What happens to the speed of the particles inside an air-filled balloon if the temperature of the balloon increases?

They move faster.Particles on the outside of the balloon are slower.The particles will move faster due to an increase in their kinetic energy.

Where is sound energy produced?

The energy is produced by the vibration of particles in the air.

What type of energy do air particles in the wind have?

They have the energy of movement called "kinetic" energy.

When you put air into a sealed syringe and then place it into boiling water why does it expand?

The air particles within the sealed syringe expand because the heat from the water gives it energy. And when energy is added to a substance, the particles have more energy to break away from the attractions set on by the other particles. In other words, it expands. (hope that answers it for you.) as the air particles gain heat energy ,they convert this energy into their kinectic energy which makes the particles of the air to move more faster and apart from each other hence resulting in expansion

What has more energy particles in cold water or in the air?

air is has more particles cause it covers all the earth vs the particles in cold water

What happens to the energy level as something evaporates?

When something evaporates, the energy level increases. The particles gain enough energy and begin to spread apart, and into the air. With the increased energy level, it gives the liquid, or even the solid (sublimation), enough energy to vaporize (or evaporate) into thin air.

What happens when you heat and cool air?

When you heat air, the air pressure rises and the particles expand.

What happens to the air in the colloid when ice cream melts?

When ice is warmed above freezing, its dispersed particles absorb energy and begin to move faster.

What happens to air particles when you talk?

by vibrating, your vocal cords force the air particles around them to vibrate (in fact resonate at the same frequency), so when you talk, the air particles vibrate at a specific frequency.

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