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derrickhidalgo
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An iron nail is made up of particles. What is true about the particles? They move all over the place. The force of attraction between them is small. The spacing between them is large. They stay in place and vibrate.

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EllieCotto14

They stay in place and vibrate, because they're solid particles.

Palczynski235

iron nail is in solid form and it's particles are tightly packed  and dense so, option D) they stay in place and vibrate  is correct ; hope it helped 

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