Mixing and dispersion are two such words.
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In general, two liquids that are miscible are made up of molecules. Another option could be liquid metals that are mixed together in an alloy. In that case, you would have atoms of the metals.
Particles of a liquid are free to move in a container but remain in close contact with one another.
compared to particles in a solid, the particles in a liquid are more loosely connected and can collide with and move past one another.
Water particles mixed with other liquid particles. Example: water and oil or water and cordial.
The particles of a solid can only vibrate about their fixed positions while the particles of a liquid can vibrate, rotate and translate (move from 1 place to another) within the liquid.
A mixture where particles are dispersed throughout a liquid or gas ,but are not heavy enough to settle out.(Ex. Jello, Whipped Cream, Milk, Mayo)T.S.C.A colloid is a type of mixture in which tiny particles of one substance are evenly disperse in another substance and do not settle out over time. Fog/mist is a good example, it is a gas that has liquid particles distributed throughout it.
They break up into individual molecules (or ions) and diffuse throughout the liquid.
When a liquid is heated to a temperature at which particles throughout the liquid have enough kinetic energy to vaporize, the liquid begins to boil.
All particles of all things are in constant motion. Particles in a liquid collide, but the rate is subdued by the viscosity of the liquid.
One liquid spread throughout another liquid would be an emulsion. The two liquids do not interact.
Particles of a liquid: 1) More loosely connected 2) Can collide with each other and most past one another
The particles in a liquid begin to vibrate more violently and begin to roll over one another as they begin to become a gas. ----
When they are forced into a smaller space, meaning stored under pressure, they become liquid.
Particles in liquid state.
Particles in a liquid move around and slide past one another. This allows the liquid to flow.
When a substance undergoes a state change from a solid to a liquid, the speed of the particles increases. In a solid, particles are orderly arranged and considerably fixed in position. In a liquid, the particles slide past one another at a greater speed.
Particles that make up the liquid are given so much energy (or heat) that they expand away from one another. So as a liquid increases in temperature, some of the particles jiggle so much that they pop out of the liquid. Increasing the temperature further, more particles jiggle out of the liquid. This is what is observed when matter goes from liquid to a gas: the particles expand away from each other.
No. They can slide one past another.
Yes. They slide past one another.
The particles that evaporate from a liquid are on the surface of the liquid.
An aerosol is a colloid of fine solid particles or liquid droplets, in air or another gas.
the particles in liquid move around slowly in the liquid
Yes, when they evaporate.