4. Solid ‘X’ turns into a liquid at 80 0C and into a gas at 140 0C. Describe the changes in the particles of X when it is heated from<

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4. Solid ‘X’ turns into a liquid at 80 0C and into a gas at 140 0C. Describe the changes in the
particles of X when it is heated from

a. 70 0C to 85 0C

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Khánh Gia 2 months 2021-07-31T23:56:13+00:00 1 Answers 0 views 0

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    Answer:

    Explanation:

    The melting point of the solid is 80°C

            Vapor point of the liquid is 140°C

    What happens to particles of X when heated from 70°C to 85°C?

    • Firstly, there would be a phase change from solid to liquid.
    • Below the melting point, a substance will exist as a solid.
    • With increase in thermal energy inputted by heat, as the temperature climbs above the melting point, it changes to the liquid.
    • When the solid begins to heat up, the particles of X starts vibrating about their fixed point.
    • At they melting point, they break lose and flow to form a liquid.
    • The particles will have more kinetic energy.

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