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When molecules are spread out evenly throughout a space?

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When gas molecules are spread out evenly throughout a space they are in equilibrium. This is because pressure is even, enthalpy is minimum and entropy is maximum.

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They do so in all (3) 'states of matter' (gas, liquid, solid) but their freedom in movement is very different, as is the mean distance between molecules or atoms (if you compare for instance liquid or solid with gas). However, all particles are evenly spread when 'in one particular state of matter'.


The random motion of the gas molecules allows them to diffuse throughout the space available to them.


Equilibrium is the concentration of molecules that is the same throughout the space.


Equilibrium is the concentration of molecules that is the same throughout the space.


A gas will fill up a space until it is evenly spread through out that space.


One way that substances enter a cell is through diffusion. Diffusion is the process by which molecules spread from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentration. When the molecules are even throughout a space it is called equilibrium.


A gas will fill it's container freely, and evenly space itself throughout the container. Imagine an aerosol can of disinfectant sprayed into a room at one corner. The gas will eventually spread itself across the room evenly.


Dispersing means that a substance is moving through the a space or medium. It will become evenly throughout the medium.


Gas is still composed of atoms and molecules, just more spread out than in solids and liquids. These atoms and molecules have mass and thus occupy space.


When a liquid or gas is heated, the molecules move faster, bump into each other, and spread apart. Because the molecules are spread apart, they take up more space. They are less dense. The opposite occurs when a liquid or gas is cooled.


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equilibrium because the concentration of molecules will be the same throughout the space the molecules occupy.


Diffusion is the intermingling of substances by the natural movement of their particles. It is the tendency of molecules to spread in an available space.


The process is called as diffusion, probably. The molecules have kinetic energy. that makes them to diffuse probably. Why the molecules do not come closer to each other, due to gravity is a question mark. Probably the kinetic energy is more powerful than the gravitational force. If you mix two gases, they will diffuse evenly in the space. How and why this happens is the question mark, again.


Because if there happens to be some areas with more gas than others gravity in these areas will tend to pull atoms/molecules towards it and cause a bunching effect. In a room gas disperses around the room pretty evenly because the molecules hit one another and bounce off but in space they are much further apart so the gravity influence is the more effective of the two.


Well if the diffusion is not interrupted by other influences it would be equilibrium because the concentration of molecules will be the same throughout the space the molecules occupy.


Scent is normally based on a fragrance in a spirit type of liquid. The spirit starts to evaperaste in to the surrounding air as molecules and dissipates in the air molecules as they move about the space that encounter


Yes, it does because hot water has molecules that spread out in the size that sugar molecules need to fit in between. In cold water, they have molecules have little space and the sugar molecules can't not fit in between.


equilibrium QUEENSCENE: yes, equilibrium because the concentration of molecules will be the same throughout the space the molecules occupy.


their molecules have very little attraction for one another. or for some other question Gases take up so much space because their molecules spread out to fill their space and like to be far apart from each other.


Water and air have molecules that are spread far apart from each other. When one is placed into a small space, the molecules are forced closer together. The molecules push back against the sides of the container, creating pressure. The smaller the space, the greater the pressure.


Molecules take up less space as they cool. The space contains more molecules.


Gas molecules are bouncing around throughout our atmosphere, here on planet Earth. Very few are bouncing around in the vacuum of outer space.


the molecules of gases are spread out very far apart and are not being restricted like solids or liquids



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