How Do Particles In Solids Move?


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Particles are always vibrating, the only difference is if they are part of a liquid solid or gas. In a liquid, the particles have much room to vibrate, and even more in a gas, however, in a solid, the space is minimal, so the particles vibrate and hit against each other. Even though a solid appears to not move, it is vibrating at a microscopic level.

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