When you heat a solid the molecules will melt and turn into a liquid and will begin to vibrate and that will cause them to take up more space and the solid matter will expand. The particles will be tightly packed in a regular pattern. They will move faster and then they are gonna spread apart. The solid will not be fast as liquid.
When you heat a liquid the molecules will evaporate and turn into a gas. The particles in a liquid will be close together and usually in a regular pattern. The liquid will vibrate and will slide past each other. The particles will be close together but not in a neat way arrangement. The liquid will move fast than gas.
The particles in a gas are well separated with no regular arrangement and is going to vibrate and move freely at high speeds. The gas is more faster than liquid and solid.
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