Definition Of Molecular Thermal Motion

- May 08, 2020-

Definition of molecular thermal motion

Molecular thermal motion means that all molecules of matter are constantly doing random motion. The speed of temperature affects the thermal motion of molecules. The higher the temperature, the more intense the thermal motion. There are many examples of molecular thermal movements in life, such as the salted eggs and pickles we eat, because NaCl molecules continue to move and enter the eggs or vegetables, making them salty.