Which phase of matter has the most kinetic?
How are molecules bound in the solid phase?
Why do gases have more kinetic energy than solids?
Explanation: The particles of steam has highest kinetic energy because steam is in the form of gases in which the particles of gases are much apart from one another. The space between the particles of gases are very large. The force of attraction between the particles of gases is almost negligible.
Solid particles have the least amount of energy, and gas particles have the greatest amount of energy. The temperature of a substance is a measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles.
Solid particles have relatively little kinetic energy and vibrate in place. Because of this, they can’t flow like liquids. Most solids are arranged in a tightly packed crystalline structure.
The particles in a liquid have more kinetic energy than the particles in the corresponding solid. As a result, the particles in a liquid move faster in terms of vibration, rotation, and translation.
A pure substance in the gaseous state contains more energy than in the liquid state, which in turn contains more energy than in the solid state. Particles has the highest kinetic energy when they are in the gaseous state. Kinetic energy is related to heat (also called thermal energy).