Chapter 5Gas Liquid SolidDescriptionParticles collide and bounce with no attraction between particles.Average space between particles is small in comparison to the size of theparticle.Number of particles in the Ultrascope volume is extremely low at 6,000,000xmagnification.Particles have kinetic energy.Particles are organized in an orderly (three-dimensional) array.Particles have no apparent organization.A system of particles has potential energy

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Chapter 5
Gas Liquid Solid
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Particles collide and bounce with no attraction between particles.
Average space between particles is small in comparison to the size of the
particle.
Number of particles in the Ultrascope volume is extremely low at 6,000,000x
magnification.
Particles have kinetic energy.
Particles are organized in an orderly (three-dimensional) array.
Particles have no apparent organization.
A system of particles has potential energy
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Chapter 5 Gas Liquid Solid Description Particles collide and bounce with no attraction between particles. Average space between particles is small in comparison to the size of the particle. Number of particles in the Ultrascope volume is extremely low at 6,000,000x magnification. Particles have kinetic energy. Particles are organized in an orderly (three-dimensional) array. Particles have no apparent organization. A system of particles has potential energy

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Answer to question 1: Gas.
In gas, the molecules are apart and moves in a random direction (along a straight line).  The molecules change its direction only when the it collides with another molecule or gases. In gases, the particles don’t have an attraction among them.

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Answer to question 2: liquid, and Solid.

In liquid and solid, molecules are closely held with each other and the separation between them is very small.

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Answer to question 3: Gas.

In gas, molecules are far apart from...

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