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What causes the pressure that a gas exerts on the wall of its container?

Kinetic theory explains the pressure that a gas exerts on the walls of its container. This describes elastic collisions between the atoms or molecules in the gas with the container's walls, which collectively exert a measureable pressure.


Is a particle of liquid Mercury the same size as the space between particles of Mercury in gas form?

No. The spaces between the particles in a gas are much bigger than the particles themselves. The size of a particle does not vary between the states of a substance.


What are the differences between free settling and hindered settling?

when the particle do not collide with the wall of the container or with the other particles is called free settling the suspended particles in the medium do nor effect it and when the particle collide with the other particles and with the wall of the container an d collides with the suspended particles is called hindered settling


What happens to the closeness of a material's particles when they are heated?

The particles are bonded together with some force when heat is supplied the then force between particles decreases and the start to move away from each other or we can say that the particles get that energy and become energetic and movement starts in individual particle and the force between the particles decrease. This is why when water is heated the particles detach from each other become steam.


What are the six important points to particle theory of matter?

1.All matter is made up of particles. 2.All particles have spaces between them. 3.Particles are always in motion. 4.Particles have attraction forces. 5.Temperature effects the speed in which particles move. 6.All particles of one substance are identical

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All collisions between gas particles are considered to be perfectly what?

gas particle collisions are considered to be perfectly random.


Why is vacuum the best insulator?

In order for heat to be conducted, there have to be collisions between atoms or molecules, in which energy is transferred from a faster moving particle to a slower moving particle. In a vacuum there are no particles, hence, no particle collisions and no heat conduction.


What explains the motion of micro particles?

Brownian motion. This is random motion of micro particles resultimg from collisions between the particle in question and other particles in the surrounding medium.


Increasing the temperature of a reaction increases the?

rate of reaction because higher temperatures provide more kinetic energy to the reactant particles, increasing the frequency of collisions and the likelihood of successful collisions.


What is the connection between temperature collisions and reaction rate?

More collisions between particles of matter means a faster reaction rate. When you increase the kinetic energy of a sample of matter, you increase the number of particle collisions, as well as the force with which they collide. This in turn increase the rate of reaction.


If collisions between gas particles and between particles and container walls were not elastic collisions what would happen to a gas?

This is not an ideal gas and gas laws are are only approximately applicable.


Gas pressure is caused by collisions between?

Gas molecules and the walls of the container they are in.


According to collision theory increasing the concentration of the reactants in a chemical reaction increases?

A.the rate of collisions between two particles.


What is the transfer of heat by collisions between particles in matter called?

"conduction"


The transfer of heat by collisions between particles in matter means what?

friction


What transfer of thermal energy by collisions between particles in matter?

Convection


In what process is heat transferred through matter by collisions between particles?

Conduction is the process by which heat is transferred through matter by collisions between particles. It occurs in solids, liquids, and gases. Heat travels from regions of higher temperature to regions of lower temperature through direct contact between particles.