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Explain how the motion of particles differs in gases, liquids, and solids

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scoobydee963

In solids the particles are stationary, they don't move any more than a jiggle. In liquids they move fluidly, sliding past each other. In gasses, the particles are far apart, and they move randomly at high speeds.

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