Subject: Is there an equivalent of Brownian Movement for solid matter?
Date: Mon Sep 8 14:31:55 2003
Posted by Jeff Lueken
Grade level: grad (non-science)
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My understanding is that even in solid matter atoms are moving to some degree.
At absolute zero, this movement stops and conversely become more rapid with
heat. What is the name of that movement?
Re: Is there an equivalent of Brownian Movement for solid matter?
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