Of course Freddie!All matter is made up of atoms and molecules that are constantly moving. When heat is added to a substance, the molecules and atoms vibrate faster. As atoms vibrate faster, the space between atoms increases.
Hey Mrs. Urie! I have some questions about Changeing Matter. I was wondering what happens to molicules when a solid is heated?
It is almost the exact same as the solid but more derastic and frantic. As a solid becomes a liqued atoms move more freely, and then liqued heated will soon turn into gas.
So what happens to molicules when a liqued is heated?
Yes! The particles of a gas move quickly and are able to spread apart from one another. They are the most fast moving particles out of all Solid, Liqueds and gas!
Thanks Mrs.Urie! One more question though, can you explain the particals in a gas?
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