Kinetic theory & Forces between Particles

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GCSE Chemistry (C1) Mind Map on Kinetic theory & Forces between Particles, created by roblowry28 on 11/10/2013.
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Kinetic theory & Forces between Particles
1 States of matter depend on the forces between particles
2 Solid, liquid and gas
3 Solid; there is a strong force between particles, pulling them together. they have a definite shape. solids expand a little when heated, as the particles begin to vibrate
4 Liquid: There is some attraction between them. they can move past each other but they tend to stick. They fill a container but have the same volume
5 Gas: There is almost no force between the gas particles, they are free to move. they dont keep a definite shape of volume. particles move randomly. The hotter they get the faster they move
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