In a solid, the particles have less energy than in a liquid.
In a solid, the particles have more energy than a liquid.
The particles in a liquid are locked in place and the particles in a solid can flow around each other.
The particles in a solid move less than the particles in a liquid.
Both A and D are correct.
At point "C" on the graph, the substance changes shape and volume.
At point "B" on the graph, the stubstance is undergoing a change in state
At point "D" on the graph, the substance is completely transformed to a gas.
At point "E" on the graph, the particles of the substance have more energy than at points "A" or "C"
The particles at point "A" are locked into place and can only vibrate.
As the volume of a gas increases, temperature increases.
As the pressure on a gas increases, volume decreases.
As the temperature of a gas increases, volume increases.
As the temperature of a gas increases, volume decreases.
None of the above.
Volume would decrease.
Volume would increase.
Volume wouldn't change.
Not enough information given.
Of the principals described by Charles's Law
Of the principals described by Boyle's Law
High temperature gas particles move faster so they exert more pressure.
High temperature gas particles move slower so they exert less pressure.
Pulling the plunger created a force on the marshmallow and spread it out.
Pulling the plunger changed the pressure inside the syringe by changing the volume of the syringe tube.
Pulling the plunger changed the volume of the tube and it created a vacuum.
Pulling the plunger increased the pressure on the marshmallow and increased its volume.
None of these are true.