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This varies depending on the substance What happens to the particles in substance B if they change state to substance


The solubility of solids in water increases with the increasing temperature.


Increasing temperature means increased kinetic energy on the atomic or molecular level. Temperature of a given substance is the average kinetic energy of the particles of which that substance is composed.


At higher temperatures, the particles move around faster.


As temperature increases, particle motion increases proportionally.


A substance gains thermal energy as the temperature of the substance increases, because the particles of the substance vibrate more as this happens.



When particles are condensing in a substance, they combine into fewer, larger particles. These larger particles become the liquid's mass at its condensation or boiling temperature.


The particles move faster, bumping into each other more, causing the average distance between particles to increase.


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.



Temperature can be used as an indication of the energy that particles in a substance have. When the temperature is higher, particles have more energy and "bounce" around harder and in a bigger space. When the temperature is lower, the opposite happens.


The particles in a substance slow down when the average kinetic energy of the particles decreases. As the average kinetic energy decreases, the internal energy decreases, and so the thermal energy decreases. As the thermal energy of the substance decreases, the temperature decreases.


It can lose or gain energy or it forms the attractions between particles.



Particles will move fastest in hot water and slowest in cold water and when it is in room temperature water they will move at an average speed. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- During a change of state where the energy of the substance is increased (solid to liquid, liquid to gas, solid to gas), the temperature starts to increase and the particles move faster, so the hotter, faster moving particles start to change state and rise, leaving the colder particles, which keeps the temperature constant, and vice versa.


Solubility of gases decrease when the temperature is increased.


As a substance heats up, the particles become more active.


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


Increasing the temperature the number of particles remain constant and the pressure increase.


The speed increases, this is because particle motion causes heat. Certain gases can ignite if the particles are heated enough.


The speed of particles increase when temperature increase.



the speed just increases as more temperature molecules try to get far and thus they start vibrating by harshal satish patil.


What happens depends on the temperature coefficient of the diode. If that diode has a positive temperature coefficient, it resistance increases with increased temperature. A diode with a negative temperature coefficient does the opposite.



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