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What do you mean by equation of state? im confused
gas law ? PV= n RT why not solid or liquid law ?
Because the gas molecules expands as the temperature increases (Thats why there is volume in the equation). In the other hand, solids and liquid particles "stick" together more than the gases. Hope this helps :)
good attempt @Thee121 but not satisfied :)
Alright :) At least i tried...
Solid materials are formed from densely-packed atoms, which interact intensely. Atoms may be arranged in a regular, geometric pattern or irregularly. And Solid and Liquid doesn't change volume when compress by pressure (unless it deformed).
They haven't been discovered yet, I think it's because of the small distance between the particles and deformations the objects would get.
We use thermal expansion equations to describe changes of materials due to temperature and they properties
any thoughts @DLS
Solids don't contribute to any pressure unlike liquids and gases..
You must have seen that while solving questions we take their concentration as unity/one.
what about volume and temperature ?
u leave solid let us focus on liquid ?
Just like in an atom the core is the nucleus,same is the case for liquids and gases the root cause is the pressure,how tightly the molecules are packed,etc..everything falls to the same concept i.e particles are tightly packed,if they are tightly packed there will be less infact least pressure amongst them..so they are kind of non reactive I guess.. In liquids too,there is restricted movement amongst the molecules Solids and liquids both do expand and contract (not detract) with temperature, but since there are various intermolecular forces at work in solids and liquids, then there is no single mathematical relationship to describe solids and liquids.
u mean the effect of P, T , V has larger difference is in case of gases and less differences in case of solids and liquids
hey thank you @Thee121 @DLS @Fifciol @JT950 for your valuable answers ,
kind of :)