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PS100 Questions from Chapter 13 Comprehension true/false Pressure in a hot tire is greater than the pressure when the tire is cold. true false For a given material, the solid state has a higher internal energy than the gaseous state. true false Molecules, even in solids, are in constant motion. true false The molecular model is limited in that it cannot explain the color of an object. true false Heat is the amount of energy associated with electrical potential energy. true false In the molecular model, molecules are assumed to move according to special laws of motion which are different from how large objects move. true false According to Maxwell, all of the gas molecules in a balloon are traveling at the same speed. true
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false matching The tiny constituent particles of which matter is composed. A measure of average kinetic energy of the molecules that make up an object. The constant, irregular motion of very fine particles suspended in a fluid and observed
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