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How does the kinetic energy of a substance's particles in the liquid phase compare to their kinetic energy in the gas phase? The kinetic energy of the solid and liquid phases is the same. The kinetic energy of the substance's particles will depend on the volume of the substance. The particles have less kinetic energy in the liquid phase than they do in the gas phase. The particles have more kinetic energy in the liquid phase than they do in the gas phase.

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The kinetic energy of a substance's particles in the liquid phase compare to their kinetic energy in the gas phase is that the particles have less kinetic energy in the liquid phase than they do in the gas phase.

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