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The Particle Theory

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Omkar Hehar

on 24 January 2014

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Transcript of The Particle Theory

The Particle Theory
Particles are very tightly spaced, strongly attracted to each other, and are only vibrating.
Particles are very randomly spaced apart, are free to move and have the most energy.
Particles are far apart, partially free to move around and attraction is strong.
Temperature affects speed/motion of particles

(hot = fast
... cold = slow)
There are large spaces between particles
Particles are in constant motion
Small spaces
Large spaces
Very tight spaces
Particles vibrate+slide+free to move
Particles vibrate+slide+partially free to move
Particles vibrate only, not free to move
Particles vibrate+slide+free to move
Particles vibrate only, not free to move
Particles vibrate+slide+partially free to move
All matter is made up of particles (solid liquid, gas)
Unique substances have distinct particles
Particles are held together with forces
The attraction in the liquid is strong because the particles are far apart from each other
The attraction in the gas is weak because the particles are very randomly spaced and far apart from one another
*Different substances have different particles
Oxygen Molecule (O2)
Water Molecule (H2O)
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