When you take a block of butter out of the fridge,it is hard.however,after 15 minutes at room temperature it is soft enough to spread.use kinetic theory to explain the above observation

1. 👍 1
2. 👎 0
3. 👁 375
1. You should expand on this but basically the heat from the room gives energy to the molecules, they move faster and faster with increasing heat and at some point in time the molecules begin to slip and slide over and around each other and it becomes soft enough to spread.

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
2. The heat from the room gives energy to the particles of the butter,they move faster with increasing heat and at some point in time,the particles begin to slip and slide over and around each other and the butter becomes soft enough to spread.

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
posted by Lineo
3. it gets soft

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
posted by rejoice

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
posted by wer

## Similar Questions

1. ### chemistry

When you take a block of butter out of the fridge,it is hard.However,after 15 minutes at room temperature it is soft enough to spread

asked by Tshepang on July 21, 2014
2. ### Science(chemistry)

When you take a block of butter out of the fridge,it is hard.however,after 15 minutes at room temperature it is soft enough to spread.use kinetic theory to explain the above observation

asked by Lesedi on May 22, 2014
3. ### math

Shane takes a big cube of butter with side length x from the fridge. He then cuts out a little cube of side length y from one of the corners of the cube. Write an expression that describes the remaining volume of butter.

asked by sarah on December 2, 2014
4. ### language arts

What is the correct way to punctuate the underlined part of the following sentence?After beating the sugar with the butter he added eggs to the mixture. --------- butter he is underlined. a)butter;he b)butter:he c)butter,he

asked by gwen on May 18, 2014
5. ### Newtons Cooling Method

Instructions Assume that goat milk butter melts at {85.25}^{\circ} F. On a summer day you take a stick of butter out of the refrigerator, which is set to {36.5}^{\circ} F, and put it on your front porch where the temperature is

asked by Erica on September 23, 2016
6. ### physics

a 10-g fridge magnet is holding a 2.0 piece of paper on the stainless steel fridge door. A normal force of 0.19 N( the horizontal force of the fridge pushing against the attractive, horizontal, magnet accelerated down the fridge

asked by kinsey on October 20, 2016
7. ### Physics

A 10-g fridge magnet is supposed to hold a 2.0-g paper on the stainless steel fridge door. The normal force of 0.19 N is insufficient to keep them in place, and the paper and magnet accelerate down the fridge at 0.150 m/s2 when

asked by Trex on March 22, 2015
8. ### Physics

Jason and Kim are attempting to push a heavy fridge across the kitchen floor. When Jason pushes it with a muscular force of 550. N, the fridge accelerates from rest to 28.0 cm/s in 3.50 s. When Kim pushes it with a muscular force

asked by lost in life on March 21, 2016
9. ### math

a fridge measures 6 ft tall,4 ft wide,and 3 ft deep. what is the volume of the fridge?

asked by julian on January 4, 2011
10. ### English

Our cake is on the table. 1. Yours is in the fridge. 2. Theirs is in the fridge. 3. Theirs are in the firdge. ========================== Among the three sentences, which ones are grammtical? Do we have to use 'is' or 'are'?

asked by rfvv on March 6, 2019

More Similar Questions