What would happen if the molecules in a sample moving entirely ?

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What would happen if the molecules in a sample moving entirely ?

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    Molecular scale. The story begins a long time ago  

    when the idea that molecules are in constant motion  

    was first discovered. Part of the evidence that you can  

    see in everyday life was discovered by Robert Brown  

    about 150 years ago when he used a microscope to  

    watch how tiny dust particles move.

    So how fast do molecules move? It all depends upon  

    the molecule and its state: molecules in a solid state  

    move slower than in a liquid state, and much slower  

    than gas molecules. One estimate puts gas molecules  

    in the range of 1,100 mph at room temperature. Cool  

    them down to almost absolute zero and they slow  

    down to less than 0.1 mph (slower than the average  

    couch potato). The fact that they are always moving  

    makes it a challenge to see molecules and make stuff  

    out of them, but it’s a challenge that scientists  

    work hard to figure out.

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