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  1. On the basis of change of density with the change in temperature, explain how do the liquids get heated up, when heated in a vessel.

Asked by sanketgadkari786 13th April 2019, 9:11 AM
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Answer:
when liquid is getting hetaed up, heat energy is absorbed by water molecules and their kinetic energy increases.
Molecules are moving with greater speed and their inter-moleculer distance increases.
This makes the volume to increase and hence density of liquid decreases with increasing temperature
Answered by Expert 13th April 2019, 9:52 AM
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