motion of particles is dancing of the particles
The random motion of particles in a colloid is called Brownian motion.
The motion of particles is accelerated.
As temperature increases, the motion of particles also increases. As motion increases, the particles become more soluble.
Particles within are limited to vibrational motion, unlike the particles which make up liquids which can have vibrational & translational motion, and gaseous particles which have vibrational, translational and rotational motion.
Brownian motion. This is random motion of micro particles resultimg from collisions between the particle in question and other particles in the surrounding medium.
Unless the particles collide
The particles(atoms or molecules solids don't move to much and the particles in liquids always move
if this is about the motion of the particles,it is brownian motion.the random motion of the particles.
Robert Brown discovered zigzag motion of particles. The behavior is called the Brownian motion or pedesis.
Temperature measures the average motion of particles in a substance. In a hot substance, the particles are moving faster.
Brownian motion of dust particles suspended in the gas.
The average energy of the random motion of particles (in a gas for simplicity) is known as the temperature.
particles move randomely
The random motion of small particles in the air is called Brownian motion (named after the botanist Robert Brown). This motion is caused by the collisions of the particles with the molecules of the gases making up the air.
In a solid, the particles are packed tightly together. They do not have a lot of room for motion. These particles are arranged in a regular, usually repeating pattern.
The haphazard motion of particles of matter is called brownian motion.
The measure of the average amount of motion in particles of matter is temperature.
A measure of the average energy of motion of particles of matter is volume.
Kinetic Theory says particles in an object are in motion due to thermal energy. Brownian motion also indicates energy based motion.
Yep, Particles are at constant motion.
Kinetic energy best describes the motion of the particles in a piece of steel.
The similarity between rectilinear motion and curvilinear motion is that both involve movement of particles of an object. The similarity between rectilinear motion and curvilinear motion is that both involve movement of particles of an object.
Brownian motion is the rapid, erratic motion of particles dispersed in a liquid or gas. This motion is caused by the constant activity of the molecules around the particles.
Please be more specific. Small respect to what? Are you talking about the motion of atoms or the motion of sub atomic particles?
The particles are tightly packed so they vibrate.
it depends on the motion of the particles.
the molecular motion is vibration of the particles in the solid
The direction of their motion changes randomly.
The electrons can be in motion. These are present outside the nucleus.
The question's a little sketchy, but I think you're looking for motion. The particles of matter are always in motion.
Electrons are the particles that move around the nucleus in constant and random motion.
As milk is a colloid,so particles must move in brownian motion(zig-zag motion)
That is called Brownian motion.
- All matter in composed of atoms and molecules (tiny particles) - The tiny particles are always in motion - Energy affects this motion -The particles interact -There is much space between these particles
The motion of particles in a solid are much slower than those in the gas. Gaseous particles are very energetic and highly kinetic.
The molecules are in a state of constant motion. The particles exert attractive force on one another. The particles possess kinetic energy due to their motion.
The substance's state (solid / liquid / gas), density, temperature, etc, is determined by motion and spacing of particles.
Temperature is the average energy of random motion of particles of matter :). Hope that helps
Brownian motion -- The "seemingly random" movement of particles.
The particles slow down.
Gas particles are in a permanent and chaotic motion.
It is important because motion deals the particles move .
Yes, it is true; all is in motion.
It is a disordered motion.
The motion of particles in gasses, liquids, and solids are all different. Gas particles can move much more quickly than solids.
Molecular motion is random. Diffusion is movement of particles from where they are in high concentration to where they are in low concentration. Once equilibrium is reached, the motion of the particles will become random.
Diffusion is basically caused by molecular motion. Diffusion is the movement of particles throughout a substance, and it eventually leads to equilibrium. This movement of particles can be described as molecular motion.
Decreasing the temperature slows down the motion of the particles, i.e. decreases the kinetic energy.