Solid particles are packed tightly. So solid particles have the least particle speed. Liquid particles are loosely packed. Therefor they move in more speed than solid particles. Gas particles move freely with the highest particle speed.
These are gases.
(highest) Gas, Liquid, Solid (lowest)
I think it would be Gas Liquid Solid
On a molecular scale, thermal energy is the kinetic energy of individual particles. In a liquid, this thermal energy is transferred to nearby atoms by collisions; a high-speed particle in the liquid collides with a lower-speed particle, transferring some kinetic energy from the high-speed particle to the low-speed particle. When this happens with a large number of particles, thermal energy transfer results.
There is no fixed speed for the transition of a substance from the solid phase to the liquid phase. The maximum speed this can happen at is the speed of light as this is how fast the energy can be transferred to a molecule, and there is no minimum speed. Some substances do not melt into a liquid. Instead they make the transition straight from solid phase into gas phase, and this is called sublimation.
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It is the speed in which a substance changes from a solid to liquid and a liquid to vapor
Solid particles, whatever particles they may be, move with different velocities. But in no case does any solid particle (any particle with mass) move at or beyond the speed of light.
Kinetic energy does not depend upon the phase of matter; it depends upon the amount of matter, and the speed with which it is moving. One pound of matter, whether gas, liquid, or solid, moving at a specific speed, has the same kinetic energy.
The highest is found in gases, next are the liquids and the last of the three are the solids.
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.
When a solid, liquid or gas is heated the particles in the substance speed up and gets less dense. The particles also spreads out.
The average speed of the particles decreases.
Any higher viscosity liquid or solid.
Increasing temperature increases the kinetic energy which increases the speed of particles in solid, liquid and gas.
They increase in speed and randomness.
If you change the size of a reacting solid in an expirement or a process, it will directly affect the speed of the reaction. Therefore, it can either act as a catalyst to increase the speed or to reduce if you take it out.
It depends on the specific gas, liquid, or solid, but in general the index of refraction is higher in solids or liquids than in gases. The speed of light is inversely proportional to the index of refraction.
Heat increase the speed at which a solid dissolves as it causes the molecules to disintegrate and spread away from each other. Heat will convert a solid into a liquid and eventually into gas.
Yes sound can travel in liquid, its speed is lesser than that in solid and more than that of gas.