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What are the 5 parts of kinetic molecular theory?

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    Does this help ? http://bit.ly/11B1b8x

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    It doesn't but it gave me a good laugh, so thanks :)

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    The parts of the Kinetic Molecular Theory(KMT) are: That all matter is made up of tiny particles. That all the particles are in constant motion. Collisions between these particles are perfectly elastic.

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    a simple Google search could help Found this on there http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100401195624AAKZJyH

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    click "best answer" if it helped ;p

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