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Molecular model Evaporation

Difference between boiling and evopartion

Boyle's law

Charle's law

Pressure law



  1. The molecules in gases are much farther apart than in solids or liquids.
  2. Molecules move randomly at very high speed in all the space available.They hit each other and collide with the wall of the container.
  3. Gases don’t have definite volume and shape.
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