The particles that make up a rock are constantly...

asked Jan 10, 2017 in Physics by ada0821
The particles that make up a rock are constantly in motion. However, a rock does not visibly vibrate. Why do you think this is?

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answered Jan 10, 2017 by anonymous
The particles are so small and so tightly compact that you can't see or feel them vibrating.
Hard to process, yes, but I hope I helped!!

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