Describe an activity to show that particles of matter are continuously moving.

Take some water in a container . put some drops of ink in it . soon the ink will dissolve and the water will change into the colour of desired ink . this shows that particles of matter are continuously moving as the particles of ink which got intermix or diffuse with particles of water .

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hi shreya

we wrote it in our hw notes!!!

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light a incense stick fragrance comes due to this fact only

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no

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Take some water in a container . Put some drops of ink in it . Soon the ink will dissolve and the water will change into the colour of desired ink . This shows that particles of matter are continuously moving as the particles of ink which got intermix or diffuse with particles of water .

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activity to show that particles of matter are continuously moving

please give along activity

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Dear Friend,

Motion and its forms. The world is in constant motion. It has no "days-off". It never gets tired. The billions of stars that we admire on a clear night and that seem motionless to the naked eye are moving at colossal speeds. Every star is a sun with its own ring of planets. The stars and the satellites circling round them also revolve on their own axis and participate in the turning of the whole galaxy around its axis. Moreover, various parts of the galaxy have different cycles. Our galaxy moves in relation to other galaxies. And there is no end to these whimsical courses of the universal round about.

At a certain stage in their evolution some stars explode and flare up like huge cosmic fireworks. Our Sun is a blazing fiery hurricane. Its whole surface is in a state of bubbling, erupting agitation. Colossal fiery waves pass over the turbulent solar surface. Huge fountains of flame—the protuberances — spurt to heights of hundreds of thousands of kilometres. The gigantic streams of internal heat that come to the surface are poured forth into space in the form of radiation. Many thinkers have perceptively noted the astonish ing activity of matter, its tremendous internal energy. As Francis Bacon, for example, put it, "matter, surrounded by a sensuous, poetic glamour, seems to attract man's whole entity by winning smiles".[1] In view of this indefatigable activity of matter it would hardly be possible to create an unbridgeable gap between its living and inorganic forms. Apparently they have more in common than is visible to the eye.

Motion is the mode of existence of matter. To be means to be in motion. The world is integrating and disintegrating. It never attains ultimate perfection. Like matter, motion is uncreatable and indestructible. It is not introduced from outside but is included in matter, which is not inert but active. Motion is self-motion in the sense that the tendency, the impulse to change of state is inherent in matter itself: it is its own cause.

The forms and kinds of motion are manifold. They are connected with the levels of the structural organisation of matter. The basic forms are motion of elementary particles, appearance and interaction of atoms and molecules, the chaotic displacement of particles in the form of heat motion, the mechanical motion of macroscopic bodies, the biological motion with all its diverse manifestations, the life of human society and, finally, a quite conceivable metasocial form of motion in the shape of extremely intricate connections between various civilisations on a cosmic scale. Every form of motion has its "vehicle"—substratum. Thus elementary particles are the material vehicles of the diverse processes of intermutations. The elements of the atomic nucleus are the material vehicles of the nuclear form of motion, the elements of the atom, of intra-atomic form of motion, the elements of molecules and molecular compounds, of the chemical form of motion, and so on up to the social form of motion, which is the highest of all known forms.

The motion of any thing occurs only in relation to that of another. The motion of a separate body is an absurdity. Essentially motion is nothing but the interaction of things as a result of which they change. "Is it permissible to consider the motion of only one body in the entire universe? By the motion of a body we always mean its change of position in relation to a second body. It is, therefore, contrary to common sense to speak about the motion of only one body." In order to study the motion of any object one must find another object in relation to which one can consider the motion that interests us. This other object is known as the system of reference.

Motion is intrinsically contradictory. It is a unity of change and stability, of disturbance and rest. Thus any change in structural elements, properties or relations takes place along side the conservation of certain other elements and every conservation takes place only through motion. In general, in the endless flux of ceaseless motion there are always moments of stability, expressed above all in conservation of the state of motion, and also in the form of equilibrium of phenomena and relative rest. No matter how much an object changes, it retains its own particular character for as long as it exists. A river does not cease to be a river because it flows. Flow is, in fact, the very thing that makes a river what it is. Possessing absolute rest means ceasing to exist. Everything in a state of relative rest is inevitably involved in some kind of motion and ultimately in the infinite forms of its manifestation in the universe. Rest always has only an apparent and relative character. Bodies may rest only in relation to a given system of reference, conventionally regarded as motionless. For example, we are motionless in relation to a given building and it is motionless in relation to the Earth. But we are continuously moving with the Earth and the Earth, together with its environing air ocean, is revolving on its own axis and around the Sun.

The unity of matter and motion. Motion was not always regarded as an inseparable attribute of matter. In the history of philosophy and natural science there existed two opposite points of view: one of them, energism, absolutised energy, the other, mechanism, regarded matter as a passive principle with no intrinsic activity. In order to set it in motion there had to be a "divine first push". In various sciences this doctrine took the form of notions of hidden forces, "minor ghosts" (the life force, spirit, etc.). This was a search for non-mechanical causes of various phenomena. The idealists maintained and still maintain that spirit is the active, creative principle, while matter is inert.

The absolutising of energy was expressed in the conception of energism. The German scientist Wilhelm Ostwald believed that there was nothing in the world but energy. What did any person feel when he was struck with a stick—the stick or the energy? Only energy, said Ostwald. And wherever people were accustomed to feeling and seeing matter, according to Ostwald, they were feeling and seeing only "pure energy". The discovery of the law of the conservation and transformation of energy and the successes of thermodynamics as applied to numerous natural phenomena encouraged thinkers to turn "pure" energy into an absolute, the ultimate content of everything that exists. But pure energy is an abstraction. Energy is one of the characteristics of the intensity of the interaction of material objects; energy is motion, which is impossible without a material vehicle, just as thought is impossible without a thinking brain or blueness without something that is blue.

In the process of scientific research one often has to single out the energic aspect of processes and disregard their vehicles. This is a justifiable abstraction. While the real structure of elementary particles, for example, is unknown one has to confine oneself to an energic description of interconversion processes. But this absolutisation leads to energy, as a quantity surviving in all these processes, being sometimes interpreted as indestructible, as a stable substance from which elementary particles, as it were, are "made". Sometimes photons are identified with "pure energy". The discovery of light pressure showed that photons (light) are infinitely small accumulations of matter possessing not only energy but also mass. The law connecting the mass and energy of material objects is sometimes interpreted in the spirit of energism. Erroneously identifying mass with matter, the energists assume that matter may turn into a concentration of pure energy. It is well known, however, that mass is not matter, but only one of its properties. And the meaning of Einstein's energy equation E=mc2 is that as mass increases, so, too, does energy, a material object possesses a certain mass and a corresponding amount of energy. Matter cannot change into any of its properties: it is the vehicle of all their infinite diversity. Mass is the measure of such properties of matter as inertia and gravitation, while energy is the measure of its motion. So the mass-energy law reflects and proves the inseparability of the properties of matter and motion. Motion has both a spatial and temporal character.

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use potassium per mangenate which is purple in colour dissolve it in the water and notice it you will get the answer
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Particles are continuously movi
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I think you have saw that when sunlight enters to a dark room via the ventillation, you can see that the dust particles are moving. This proves that dust particles are continuosly moving and we can only see it when sunlight or light coming from flashlight or torches.
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The experiment which i have told you here the dust particles are being constantly hit by moving air particles thus it proves that particles are constanrly moving.
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This can be proved by putting a small crystal of potassium permanganate in water. When you will put a small crystal of potassium permanganate in water in a transparent glass, you will see that the purple thread like structures start mixing with water and after some time all water becomes purple. The thread like structures is the particles of potassium permanganate, which start mixing with water because of the motion of particles of water. Because of continuous motion, all particles start colliding and finally potassium permanganate is mixed with water.

When you put a spoon of salt or sugar in a glass of water, it dissolved in water after some-times. This happens because of the motion of particles of sugar, salt and water.

Mixing of gases in nature is also the evidence of motion of particles. We get the scent of our favourite food sitting in the drawing room while food is being cooked in the kitchen. This happens because vapor coming out from the hot food mixes with air comes to your nostril because of the motion of their particles.

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a diver is able to cut water in swimming pool because particles of matter is continously moving
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Particles of gases and liquids can only move. The particles of solids can't move due to their combination of particles.
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Because all these are interconnected with each other. Just think about the factors with concentration Air takes the place vapours formed by evaporatoration and increases its rate. The other are also connected with it.
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Evaporation is a surface phenomenon because every time the top surface layer evaporates first. Later the second layer( which is now the top surface layer) gets evaporated. This process is continued in this way till the last layer gets evaporated.
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1.Cloths drying on a line. 2.A floor drying after it is mopped 3.Lick you finger, blow on it and feel it cool 4.Your hair drying after you wash it. 5.Sweating when you are hot 6.A puddle drying out 7.Splashes drying up at the edge of a pool 8.A plant wilting 9.Paint drying 10.A candle flame
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Lavanya what are you doing.
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It is on google
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Google's
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take some water.put some drops of poster colour in it it will dissolve and the water will change into the colour of the desired colour this shows that the particles are continuosly moving
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See ncret books of 9th
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Take some water in a container . Put some drops of poster colour in it . Soon the poster colour will dissolve and the water will change into the colour of desired colour . This shows that particles of matter are continuously moving as the particles of poster colour which got intermix or diffuse with particles of water .
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What is freezing point of liquid?
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Buy lakhmit singh
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Take some water in a container . Put some drops of poster colour in it . Soon the poster colour will dissolve and the water will change into the colour of desired colur . This shows that particles of matter are continuously moving as the particles of poster colour which got intermix or diffuse with particles of water .
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It is obtain a solid substance that has dissolved in water in this in the process of changing liquid into vapour of gas in the process of evaporation is used in large scale to obtain common salt from seawater

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I don't know this answer
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The molecules of solid are very closely packed with each other so solid having fixed shape and volume.
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We fill smell of perfeom miles away particals of matter continuesly move
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Take a water in a continer and add some pianting colour in it and after some time the Water coluor change .
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1.Take a test tube and half fill it with water. 2.now pour blue ink in water. 3.after a few moments,the whole water changes into blue colour....
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Any thing which has mass and occupies spaces is called matter
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Dr Judy kHz
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a category into which something is put.
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The smell of
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Take a magnet and takesome partials of iron
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Take some water in a container . Put some drops of poster colour in it . Soon the poster colour will dissolve and the water will change into the colour of desired colur . This shows that particles of matter are continuously moving as the particles of poster colour which got intermix or diffuse with particles of water .
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Put pottasium permanganate in water and you will notice that the purple colour of the potassium permanganate starts spreading in water without even mixing it. It is called as diffusion and this shows that the particles of water are constantly moving
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Particles of matter are continously moving as we sprinkle the perfume and we can smell it few meters away also
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If we burn incense stick in one room then its particles fragnance the whole room. This is caused by the moving of particles.so we can conclide from this activity that the particles of matter are continuously moving
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Lighta agarbatti stick and place it anywhere of a room its fragance spread the whole room quickly.
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Brownian motion
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Put 2-3 pieces of pottasium permagnate in water or lit an agarpathi an keep it inside aroom
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Vcvfnu
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Brownian movement
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A) Acceleration
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The activity is take a balloon and fill it with water and now take another balloon and fill it with air and put both balloon in a floor you saw that the balloonwhichfill with water it doesnot move and the other move this show that the particles of matter move
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Is every thing in the universe matter
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Because it has definite mass volume and mass
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Take an insane stick, light it!
And watch the smoke carefully, you will see that the smoke is rising up and hence particle are moving.
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Yes sun is also a matter . It's particles also moves very fast as it is said that if a matter is given heat then it's particles starts moving very fast .As sun is very very hot so it's particles moves with double speed
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Take some water in a container . Put some drops of poster colour in it . Soon the poster colour will dissolve and the water will change into the colour of desired colur . This shows that particles of matter are continuously moving as the particles of poster colour which got intermix or diffuse with particles of water
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Motion and its forms.?The world is in constant motion. It has no "days-off". It never gets tired. The billions of stars that we admire on a clear night and that seem motionless to the naked eye are moving at colossal speeds. Every star is a sun with its own ring of planets. The stars and the satellites circling round them also revolve on their own axis and participate in the turning of the whole galaxy around its axis. Moreover, various parts of the galaxy have different cycles. Our galaxy moves in relation to other galaxies. And there is no end to these whimsical courses of the universal round about.

At a certain stage in their evolution some stars explode and flare up like huge cosmic fireworks. Our Sun is a blazing fiery hurricane. Its whole surface is in a state of bubbling, erupting agitation. Colossal fiery waves pass over the turbulent solar surface. Huge fountains of flame?the protuberances ? spurt to heights of hundreds of thousands of kilometres. The gigantic streams of internal heat that come to the surface are poured forth into space in the form of radiation. Many thinkers have perceptively noted the astonish ing activity of matter, its tremendous internal energy. As Francis Bacon, for example, put it, "matter, surrounded by a sensuous, poetic glamour, seems to attract man's whole entity by winning smiles".[1]?In view of this indefatigable activity of matter it would hardly be possible to create an unbridgeable gap between its living and inorganic forms. Apparently they have more in common than is visible to the eye.

Motion is the mode of existence of matter. To be means to be in motion. The world is integrating and disintegrating. It never attains ultimate perfection. Like matter, motion is uncreatable and indestructible. It is not introduced from outside but is included in matter, which is not inert but active. Motion is self-motion in the sense that the tendency, the impulse to change of state is inherent in matter itself: it is its own cause.

The forms and kinds of motion are manifold. They are connected with the levels of the structural organisation of matter. The basic forms are motion of elementary particles, appearance and interaction of atoms and molecules, the chaotic displacement of particles in the form of heat motion, the mechanical motion of macroscopic bodies, the biological motion with all its diverse manifestations, the life of human society and, finally, a quite conceivable metasocial form of motion in the shape of extremely intricate connections between various civilisations on a cosmic scale. Every form of motion has its "vehicle"?substratum. Thus elementary particles are the material vehicles of the diverse processes of intermutations. The elements of the atomic nucleus are the material vehicles of the nuclear form of motion, the elements of the atom, of intra-atomic form of motion, the elements of molecules and molecular compounds, of the chemical form of motion, and so on up to the social form of motion, which is the highest of all known forms.

The motion of any thing occurs only in relation to that of another. The motion of a separate body is an absurdity. Essentially motion is nothing but the interaction of things as a result of which they change. "Is it permissible to consider the motion of only one body in the entire universe? By the motion of a body we always mean its change of position in relation to a second body. It is, therefore, contrary to common sense to speak about the motion of only one body."?In order to study the motion of any object one must find another object in relation to which one can consider the motion that interests us. This other object is known as the system of reference.

Motion is intrinsically contradictory. It is a unity of change and stability, of disturbance and rest. Thus any change in structural elements, properties or relations takes place along side the conservation of certain other elements and every conservation takes place only through motion. In general, in the endless flux of ceaseless motion there are always moments of stability, expressed above all in conservation of the state of motion, and also in the form of equilibrium of phenomena and relative rest. No matter how much an object changes, it retains its own particular character for as long as it exists. A river does not cease to be a river because it flows. Flow is, in fact, the very thing that makes a river what it is. Possessing absolute rest means ceasing to exist. Everything in a state of relative rest is inevitably involved in some kind of motion and ultimately in the infinite forms of its manifestation in the universe. Rest always has only an apparent and relative character. Bodies may rest only in relation to a given system of reference, conventionally regarded as motionless. For example, we are motionless in relation to a given building and it is motionless in relation to the Earth. But we are continuously moving with the Earth and the Earth, together with its environing air ocean, is revolving on its own axis and around the Sun.

The unity of matter and motion.?Motion was not always regarded as an inseparable attribute of matter. In the history of philosophy and natural science there existed two opposite points of view: one of them, energism, absolutised energy, the other, mechanism, regarded matter as a passive principle with no intrinsic activity. In order to set it in motion there had to be a "divine first push". In various sciences this doctrine took the form of notions of hidden forces, "minor ghosts" (the life force, spirit, etc.). This was a search for non-mechanical causes of various phenomena. The idealists maintained and still maintain that spirit is the active, creative principle, while matter is inert.

The absolutising of energy was expressed in the conception of energism. The German scientist Wilhelm Ostwald believed that there was nothing in the world but energy. What did any person feel when he was struck with a stick?the stick or the energy? Only energy, said Ostwald. And wherever people were accustomed to feeling and seeing matter, according to Ostwald, they were feeling and seeing only "pure energy". The discovery of the law of the conservation and transformation of energy and the successes of thermodynamics as applied to numerous natural phenomena encouraged thinkers to turn "pure" energy into an absolute, the ultimate content of everything that exists. But pure energy is an abstraction. Energy is one of the characteristics of the intensity of the interaction of material objects; energy is motion, which is impossible without a material vehicle, just as thought is impossible without a thinking brain or blueness without something that is blue.

In the process of scientific research one often has to single out the energic aspect of processes and disregard their vehicles. This is a justifiable abstraction. While the real structure of elementary particles, for example, is unknown one has to confine oneself to an energic description of interconversion processes. But this absolutisation leads to energy, as a quantity surviving in all these processes, being sometimes interpreted as indestructible, as a stable substance from which elementary particles, as it were, are "made". Sometimes photons are identified with "pure energy". The discovery of light pressure showed that photons (light) are infinitely small accumulations of matter possessing not only energy but also mass. The law connecting the mass and energy of material objects is sometimes interpreted in the spirit of energism. Erroneously identifying mass with matter, the energists assume that matter may turn into a concentration of pure energy. It is well known, however, that mass is not matter, but only one of its properties. And the meaning of Einstein's energy equation?E=mc2?is that as mass increases, so, too, does energy, a material object possesses a certain mass and a corresponding amount of energy. Matter cannot change into any of its properties: it is the vehicle of all their infinite diversity. Mass is the measure of such properties of matter as inertia and gravitation, while energy is the measure of its motion. So the mass-energy law reflects and proves the inseparability of the properties of matter and motion. Motion has both a spatial and temporal character.
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Incense stick is the best example
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it support to us from rain
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We can get the smell of hot szilling food even from a distance is due to movement of particles of cooking food .Thus we can say that particles of matter are in continuous motion...
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Take some water in a container . Put some drops of poster colour in it . Soon the poster colour will dissolve and the water will change into the colour of desired colur . This shows that particles of matter are continuously moving as the particles of poster colour which got intermix or diffuse with particles of water .
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Hance they have kinetic energy
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Take an unlit incense stick. Put it in 1 corner of room. Now try to smell it by getting near .we will not be able to have its smell. Now light it. We will observe now that we are able to have its smell by sitting far away in room. This shows that particles of matter are continuously moving
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20 grams of calcium is dissolved in excess use of A 27 degree Celsius what is the work done
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ThxaghavhzjzsvKhMav ajaajak a. Aj a
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spreading of an aroma in air
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A single beam of light coming in a dark room contains some dust particles in it which are continuously moving
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the particles are moving continuously because when you put a few drops of dettol liquid and pour it into 10 different  beakers containing clean water you can still smell it this proves that the particles are in continuous motion
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