particles behave in a liquid by brownian movement
They are in a continuous movement.
This is a random movement of particles in a gas or a liquid; synonym of Brownian movement.
The movement of a molecule's particles in a solid move much less and are more structured than a liquid, and a liquid's particles move less than a gas.The movement of a molecule's particles of solid move much less and are more rigid than liquid, and liquid more so than a gas.
The movement of particles in a hard stick of butter are solid. Their not moving. While the movement of particles in a melted sick of butter are liquid. They are moving.
FalseThe particles of a solid are packed closely together and don'thave as much movement as the particles of a gas or liquid.True
the distance between the particles and the average kinetic movement of the particles.
bescause gases have more kinetic energy
I think the reason why is that the particles in a gas move freely and they move fast. Therefor the particles in a liquid slide past eachother and the reason why that they're differ from eachoth is because a gas and a liquid are differ from eachother like an example, They particles in a gas heat up and move freely
From a liquid to a gas, the particles become more spread out and move slower. From a solid to a liquid, the particles also become more spread out and move slower.
the particles move faster because there warmer
Liquid conducts electricity due to movement of ions.
Because its particles are free to move, a liquid has no definite shape. However, it does have a definite volume.
They increase in speed and randomness.
because as the particles met they are wet
Gaseous particles have more freedom to move about as they please. They are less constrained then liquids. Liquid particles are confined to a certain volume, but not shape. Therefore, they have movement, but not as much as gases
In a gas, the particles are much less densely packed than the particles of a solid or liquid, and consequently they move much more freely.