Science CBA Test

In terms of particles, what is the difference between a liquid and a solid?

A) a liquid has more thermal energy than a solid

B) A solid has more thermal energy than a liquid

C) Both solids and liquids have the same amount of thermal energy

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  1. The question you ask yourself is this?
    Energy causes particles to move. How much are particles moving in a liquid vs a solid?

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    DrBob222
  2. The correct answer is A hope this is right :)

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