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Condensation P1

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Roughly, what is condensation? When gas cools and turns in to a liquid
Explain, in terms of particles, what happens when a gas condenses.(2) • When gas cools its particles lose energy and their attractive forces pull them together • If the temperature is cool enough and the particles get close enough it becomes a liquid
When would a gas condense? If it came in to contact with a cooler surface
Explain why the rate of condensation might speed up.(4) • If gas temperature is lower then more particles lose more energy more quickly • Surface gas touches has lower temperature • If density is higher then attractive forces between particles will be higher • Concentration of the substance in air is less
Created by: GuyBrazier