Kinetic theory  

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Kinetic theory may refer to:

  • Kinetic theory of gases, an account of gas properties in terms of motion and interaction of submicroscopic particles
  • Phonons, explaining properties of solids in terms of quantal collection and interactions of submicroscopic particles
  • Kinematics, the part of mechanics that describes the motion of points, particles, bodies, and systems of bodies, without reference to the forces, energies and interactions that govern their motion





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