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    How do you think the motion of molecules in a gas (at rest) would differ from the molecules in a tornado?

    Why does the same amount of liquid when left in a wider and flatter container evaporate quicker than when left in a narrower and deeper container?

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    The molecules in a gas at rest are going to have much less energy than the molecules in a tornado. Therefore, they will move much more slowly. The more energy the molecules have, the faster they will move. ...

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