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As temperature increases in a substance, the component particles become more energetic and eventually a phase change occurs.

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How does the motion of particles in an object change when the temperature increases?

The average speed of the particles increasesTemperature is a measure of the average speed of particles in a substance. If you increase the temperature of the substance, then the average speed of the particles in the substance increases.


The temperature of a substance increases when the?

The temperature of a substance is said to increase when the average kinetic energy of the constituent particles increases.


When the particles in a substance move faster what increases?

Temperature. Temperature is a measure of the average kinetic energy of particles of the substance.



How does temperature change when kinetic energy increases?

When the average kinetic energy of a substance's particles increases, the temperature of the substance increases.



What happens to the particles of a substance when it is heated?

As temperature increases, particle motion increases proportionally.


The temperature of a substance increases as what?

The temperature of a substance increases as the mean random kinetic energy of its particles increases. This is because temperature of an object is directly proportional to the kinetic energy of its particles. Thus when the particles move faster as a whole, such as when the object is put near a flame, the object heats up.



At higher temperatures what do particels do?

As the temperature of a substance increases, its particles move faster.



The average kinetic energy of gas particles?

increases as the temperature of hte substance decreases


When does a substance gain thermal energy?

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


What kind of energy of a substance increases when the temperature of a substance increases?

Energy, that increases as temperature increases, is KINETIC engergy?


As pressure increases the temperature at which a dry substance melts increases?

"That is true, when the pressure increases, the temperature at which the dry substance melts increases."


What happens to particles as the temperature increases?

As the temperature of a substance increases, its molecules move faster and therefore take up more space. This generally causes a substance to increase in volume when heated.


How is temperature related to the movement of particles in a substance?

Temperature is directly proportional to movement of particles in a substance. The greater the temperature, the more the particles move.


How does adding energy to matter by heating it affects the energy of its particles?

Adding heat will do one of the following, or both: * The temperature of the substance increases. The individual particles move faster; their kinetic energy increases. * The substance changes its state (for example, when ice melts, it changes from solid to liquid). The potential energy of the particles increases.



What substances evaporate?

Any substance with a vapor pressure that has a high vapor pressure. Vapor pressure is effected by temperature, pressure, the mass of the particles, and the nature of the attractive forces between the particles that make up that substance.


What is the average speed of the particles of a substance?

The average speed of the particles in a substance is the definition of temperature.


Why the slope between volume and temperature rise exponentially?

As temperature increases, the bonds between the particles of the substance break down at a faster and faster rate. As the state transitions from solid to liquid and liquid to gas, the volume the substance occupies increases along an exponential curve.


How does the speed of atoms in a substance related to its temperature?

If there is an increase in the temperature of a substance, that indicates the increase in vibration and speed of the particles. If there is a decrease in the temperature of a substance, that indicates the decrease in vibration and speed of the particles.



How is the temperature of a gaseous substance related to the average kinetic energy of the particles in the substance?

if the temperature of the substance is raised then the kinetic energy of the gaseous particles will also increase....


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