The particles themselves don't change, but their behavior does. If you are simply heating a solid, but not to the point of a phase change, the particles remain locked in place but they vibrate faster. If you heat a solid to the point that it goes through a phase change, the particles start to vibrate fast enough to break the intermolecular bonds and keep them broken enough to allow the particles to slide past and…
when the solid is heated, the water particles move faster, so the water changes from solid to liquid. more heating makes the particles move even faster and farther apart, so the liquid water changes to a gas. The particles of a gas are much farther apart than the particles of a solid or a liquid. When a solid is heated, energy is supplied to the particles, which makes the particles vibrate faster. They will vibrate…
Conduction happens when fast moving (hot) particles collide with others next to them and share their energy. This happens easily with the close packed particles of a solid, but it's much more difficult in a gas where there are large spaces between the particles. Convection can only happen in fluids, because the energy is carried by particles moving through the substance. In a solid, each particle has a fixed position in the structure.
Diffusion in gases is quick because the particles in a gas move quickly. It happens even faster in hot gases. In other states of matter diffusion cannot happen as fast because the particles move more slowly i.e. in a liquid Diffusion doesn't happen at all in a solid because the particles are too close together. The only way they move is by vibrating.
The particles in solids do not move fast enough to overcome the strong attraction between them. So, they vibrate in place. Particles of a liquid move fast enough to overcome some of the attraction between them. The particles are close together but can slide past one another. The particles in a gas move fast enough to overcome almost all of the attraction between them. The particles are far apart and move independently of one another…
Because the warmness (Gas) in the air is loosening the particles in the Solid (Ice). Gas Particles are tiny dots that fly everywhere very fast, however solid particles are stuck very very very tightly and not at all move. The Warm Gas 'loosens' the solid particles, so they start to move gradually, therefore the solid turns into a liquid.
I think you mean, how do particles move in gas. But we all make mistakes. A most thought provoking question sir. The movement of particles in gas is the exact opposite to the movement of particles in a solid. When particles are in a solid state they are very slow, and clumped together. When particles take the gas form, they are completely spread out, have many fluctuations, moving fast. Excited particles if you like.
Slow moving particles causes an object to stay solid and unable to move. Fast moving particles cause an object to be a liquid or a gas (depending on the amount of heat on the object). If you add heat or freeze the object the particles will change movement. The particles are what makes the object solid/gas/liquid/plasma.
Particles Are in constant motion, in a solid they vibrate in place. The only reason the solid and liquid states exist are because of intermolecular forces. These forces are what keep particles together without chemical bonds. When a solid is heated, the particles will vibrate more violently and eventually break apart and become liquid or gas once a high enough temperature is reached. This is because the IM forces are not enough to keep the…
A liquid can expand when thermal energy is absorbed which is known as thermal expansion, but the thermal energy is not enough to change the liquid's state. When there is enough thermal energy, the liquid may change to a gas if the particles move fast enough to escape the liquid or it may change to a solid if the thermal energy is released from the matter.
Heat energy is a measure of how fast particles of matter are vibrating. As more energy goes into the matter, the particles vibrate faster. At some point (it is different for each material) the particles move fast enough to change phase. When water boils, the particles change state from liquid to gas.
The state of matter in which particles move fast enough to overcome the attraction between them is a?
In a solid state, particles vibrate because there's not a lot of space for them to move in. A solid has a definite shape and volume. In a liquid state, particles flow past one another because there is no definite shape but there's a definite volume. In a gas state, particles move really fast because there's no definite shape or volume.
Gas particles, like the particles in all states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) are always moving apart and colloding with other particles. Gas particles have more space in between and tend to move faster than the particles in a solid or liquid state. Temperature only affects how fast a particle moves, therefore warm air makes gas particles move faster and cold air makes gas particles move slower.
Draw a box for your diagram. Then show magnesium in your box (it is a solid so the particles are tightly packed). Draw another box and show oxygen (it is a gas so the particles will be far apart and moving fast). Now draw your last box and show a solid (magnesium oxide) but with an equal amount of oxygen particles and magnesium particles all packed together (draw the two particle types different colours).