The particle theory is used to explain the properties of solids, liquids and gases. The strength of bonds (attractive forces) between particles is different in all three states.
In which two states are the particles randomly arranged?
Liquid and solid
Liquid and gas
Gas and solid
In which state are the particles only able to vibrate in a fixed position?
Which state can be compressed or squashed easily?
Which state is shown in this diagram?
Which state cannot flow from place to place?
Particles in which state have no bonds?
Particles in which state sit in a regular pattern and are held together tightly by bonds?
At room temperature, what state is mercury in?
What happens to the pressure of a gas when it is heated at constant volume?
When 100 grams of water is boiled, what mass of steam is made?