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I recently asked a similar question and I don't think I gave a specific enough question.My question is asking how exactly the energy causes the movement of a single molecule. My guess is that the energy(since it slows down when going through matter)becomes a little like matter and exerts a force(I think electromagnetism) and knocks the molecules away from the original position.
Re: How does energy force molecules to move faster and farther apart ?
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