With Reference to the Liquid State of Matter – Answer the Following the Heat Energy Supplied to the Liquid is Absorbed by Its Molecule and Stored as Which Form of Energy. - Chemistry

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With reference to the liquid state of matter – answer the following

The heat energy supplied to the liquid is absorbed by its molecule & stored as which form of energy.

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Potential energy.

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Viraf J. Dalal Class 8 New Simplified Middle School Chemistry
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