GASES. 5 Assumptions of Kinetic Theory. Gases- large numbers of tiny particles that are far apart for their size They occupy a volume 100 times greater than gases or liquids
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They occupy a volume 100 times greater than gases or liquids
Most of a gases’ vol is empty space, which accounts for gas’ lower density than that of liquids and solids, and explains why gases can be compressed
3. The particles of a gas are in continuous, rapid, and random motion
4. Between gas particles, there are no attractive or repulsive forces.