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Q: Do particles of different size move at the same or different speeds?
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Do all gas particles move at the same speed and why?

No, they do not move at the same speed because gases have their own masses and densities which cause them to move at different speeds. For instance, a gas with a smaller mass and density will move faster than a gas with larger mass and density.


Do particles in a liquid move at the same pace?

Do particles in a liquid move at the same pace as what?


How can two objects with different speeds move in the same amount of time?

Yes, but the object with the greater speed will move farther in the same amount of time.


Compare how two objects moving at the same speed could have different velocities?

Velocity is a vector; to specify velocity, you indicate a speed (a magnitude), and a direction. If two objects move in different directions, their velocities will be different, even if their speeds are the same.Velocity is a vector; to specify velocity, you indicate a speed (a magnitude), and a direction. If two objects move in different directions, their velocities will be different, even if their speeds are the same.Velocity is a vector; to specify velocity, you indicate a speed (a magnitude), and a direction. If two objects move in different directions, their velocities will be different, even if their speeds are the same.Velocity is a vector; to specify velocity, you indicate a speed (a magnitude), and a direction. If two objects move in different directions, their velocities will be different, even if their speeds are the same.


In a gas particles all move in the same direction?

No ! All Gas Particles Move In Random Directions !


Does an electron have the same speed as a proton?

Both electrons and protons can travel at different speeds. However, since a proton has about 1800 more mass than an electron, the same voltage will make an electron move faster than a proton.Both electrons and protons can travel at different speeds. However, since a proton has about 1800 more mass than an electron, the same voltage will make an electron move faster than a proton.Both electrons and protons can travel at different speeds. However, since a proton has about 1800 more mass than an electron, the same voltage will make an electron move faster than a proton.Both electrons and protons can travel at different speeds. However, since a proton has about 1800 more mass than an electron, the same voltage will make an electron move faster than a proton.


Do all gas particles move at the same speed?

No


Do solids and liquids diffuse at the same rate?

No. The particles in the solids have different mass as the particles in the liqiuds, so they diffuse at the different rate. but if their particles have the same rate, they will diffuse at the same rate.


Do different shaped objects fall at different speeds with the same weight?

yes, they fall at different speeds because of friction due to air molecules. In a vacuum they would fall at the same speed.


Why do different colors travel at different speeds?

In vacuum they travel at exactly the same speed.


Do all liquids evaporate at the same time?

no they dissolve at different speeds


Compared to less massive particles at the same temperature more massive particles?

Move more quickly.


Why do solids stay the same size?

becuz the particles don't move


Do all the colors of the rainbow leave a prism at the same place?

No as different colours of light(that is different wavelengths) move through glass at different speeds they bend when entering and exiting the prism by different amount causing a dispersion of the light into different wavelengths.


How are liquid particles gas particles and ice particles the same?

They are all made of matter; just in different states.


In solids particles move back and forth but do not change?

The position of the particles in a solid do not change. However they are said to move back and forth or vibrate in their same position.


Why are sand particles on a beach all the same size?

Sand particles are in fact a variety of sizes on the same beach front. This is because these sand particles are formed at different times through different processes.


Cant the frequency of 2 waves with different wave lengths be equal?

Only if their speeds are different.(Wavelength) multiplied by (frequency) = speed of the waveIf the speeds are the same, then different wavelength means different frequency.


What is the four statements that make up the particle model?

tiny particles all particles of one substance are the same different substances are made of different particles the particles are always moving


The different molecules that make up the air in a room have on average the same kinetic energy how does the speed of the different air molecules depend on their masses?

If mixed together, molecules with various masses will move at different speeds related to their mass.


Do protons and plasma particles have about the same mass?

Protons and plasma particles are very different objects.


How is shale sandstone and conglomerate different?

They do not use the same particles.


How are particles liquids and solids the same?

They are EXACTLY the same particles but in a liquid they are further apart and free to move round as compared to the particles in the solid form which are fixed in their position, one relative to the other.


The soil with the greatest porosity would have A round particles of different size B round particles of the same size C angled particales of different size D angled particles of the same size?

B. round particales of the same size.


Why do liquids stay the same size?

Liquids cannot stay the same size size because the particles inside the liquids have some bit of space to move to a different shape and to change the size.