Particles that make up a liquid move more quickly than those in a solid
Forces of attraction have a stronger effect on the behavior of liquid particles.
The energy between particles. The particles must be heated so that there is no forces of attraction, therefore the solids particles can loosen into liquid particles and the liquids particles can loosen into gas, the heat energy is used to make the particles move faster
Forces of attraction limit the motion of particles most in a solid. A solid that forms and separates from a liquid mixture is a precipitate.
The forces of attraction are strongest in a solid hence motion of solids is least. The attraction holds particles in an almost stationary position
The liquid particles, if molecules, have bonds which hold the ATOMS together in the molecule. There are also intermolecular forces of attraction BETWEEN the molecules.
for a liquid to freeze , the attraction between the particles must overcome the motion of the particles.
Particles in a solid cannot move. They can only vibrate in place. Particles in a liquid can overcome some attraction between them. Therefore, they slide past each other. Particles in a gas can overcome almost all attraction. They mover so fast they bounce of each other.
matter is is its solid state when the particles do not have enough energy to overcome each others attraction. Heat for example can provide enough energy for the particles to overcome each others attraction partially so as to slide over one another (liquid).
NO they are in a solid. we just talked about that todayy in science lol
Of course not. Gas particles have much more energy than liquid particles. They do not have any forces of attraction between them and n move randomly from one place to another at very high speeds. That is why when a perfume is spraid the smell gets from one part of the room to the other quite rapidly. Liquid particles still have forces of attraction between them. They move randomly but within the liquid.
the forces of attraction among them limit their motion.
By definition, freezing is the change of a liquid to a solid. You see, in a liquid, the forces of attraction and repulsion between particles (atoms or molecules) are equal. Because of this, liquids are fluids (they take the shape of their containers and flow without changes in density). In solids, however, the forces of attraction between particles are greater than the forces of repulsion. Because of this, solids retain a specific shape and density. Therefore, when a liquid freezes, its particles loose part of the energy which supports the forces of repulsion, and the forces of attraction become grater, thus becoming a solid.
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. Credits to Holt Science & Technology: Physical Science.
particles of solid gain energy from the higher temperature outside and begin to move faster overcoming the forces of attraction between the particles and turn into a liquid!
Liquid A because the attraction between the particles in Liquid A are stronger than the particles in Liquid B . Answered By : BCP or CP (Nick Name From School)
the movement of particle start increasing when it is heated. The intermolecular forces of attraction are too weak.
As a liquid evaporates, the molecules (particles) are turning to a vapor, i.e. the intermolecular forces holding the molecules of liquid together are being broken, and allowing the molecules to become a gas. They then move faster, have no or little intermolecular forces of attraction, and expand to occupy the space around them.
The particles in the solid (solute) break apart and form links with the particles in the liquid (solvent). There are strong forces of attraction between the molecules and particles inside the solute. These forces keep the particles together and make the solute a solid because they attract the solute particles tightly together. There are also strong forces of attraction between the molecules and particles inside the solvent. These forces keep the particles together and make the solvent a liquid because they attract the solvent particles slightly together. There is also an attractive force between the solute and solvent particles. To break these forces and from a bond between the solute and solvent particles energy is needed. This energy is gained from heat (the process of dissolving is speeded up through heat.) In conclusion, the particles in a solute break apart of their attractive forces and form bonds with the solvent particles through the attraction between the solute and solvent particles and through the energy gained by heat.
An ideal gas is not a real thing, just an idea. The definition of an ideal gas is one where there are no forces between the particles. If there are no forces, there is nothing to bring the particles together into a liquid. In a real gas of course there are forces of attraction which keep the particles together when they are moving sufficiently slowly.
The attraction between gas molecules is weakest than the attraction beween liquid molecules.
this is because the extra heat energy is used up in changing the state of matter by overcoming the forces of attraction between the particles of liquid.
The energy supplied to the liquid substance is used to overcome the forces of attraction between the liquid molecules so that they would gain enough kinetic energy to escape from the liquid as a gas.
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Yes, the speed increases when a liquid changes to a gas, And the attraction between particles also decreases. :) -Anouymous
energy between particles