Water is boiling in a clear pot, as shown in the picture. How do the water molecules closest to the burner compare to the water

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Water is boiling in a clear pot, as shown in the picture.

How do the water molecules closest to the burner compare to the water molecules closest to the surface of the liquid?

A: They are more spread out and moving faster than those at the surface.
B: They are closer together and moving faster than those at the surface.
C: They are more spread out and moving slower than those at the surface.
D: They are closer together and moving slower than those at the surface.

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Diễm Thu 2 months 2021-07-23T00:58:05+00:00 2 Answers 4 views 0

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    2021-07-23T00:59:07+00:00

    Answer:
    A

    Explanation:
    When molecules are heated they are more spread out and they move faster.

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    2021-07-23T00:59:18+00:00

    See attached diagram.

    Inside a pot of boiling water, the hottest part of the water will be on the bottom. The water is in direct contact with the base of the pot, which is in contact with the burner/flame/coil. What does it mean if something is “hotter?” Heat is a form of energy, and the higher the heat of an object, the more energy it contains. When atoms gain energy, they become more unstable. They begin to move around more and become more active. This is why when you boil water, it begins to move fast and bubble.

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