Geography

Question

What can you infer about the friction between the atoms of a very fast flowing liquid?

2 Answer

  • Not as much friction as a slow moving liquid, but more than the friction between atoms in a gasĀ 

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  • Answer:

    Ebullition

    Explanation:

    Ebullition is the change from liquid to gaseous state. It happens when a portion of liquid, under a given pressure, receives heat and reaches a certain temperature.

    In order to pass to the gaseous state, the substance must receive heat. This increased energy will make the molecules vibrate more intensely, increasing the distance between them.

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