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  • one year ago

Which phase change results when particles of a substance move faster? liquid to gas gas to liquid freezing liquid to solid

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    @Lukina

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    @sohailiftikhar

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    simple liquid to gas.....

  4. anonymous
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    When an object is a liquid, it has an average molecule/particle movement. But Air is VERY VERY VERY fast with particles, Did that help? -- Also, Solids have very slow particles. Just so you knew!

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    as gas molecules possess higher energy ...

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    there velocities are directly related with there K.E as you now ...

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    thank u

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    Welcome'

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