Subject: Why do the particles in a solid stay together?
Date: Tue Dec 12 20:28:21 2000
Posted by RL3000
Grade level: 7-9
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Area of science: Chemistry
In my science class, we learned that solids stay together because the
particles don't have enough energy to move around. But what keeps gravity
from pulling all the particles apart? How do the particles "stick" to each
Re: Why do the particles in a solid stay together?
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