What is Elastic Behavior and Molecular Theory

Elastic Behavior and Molecular Theory


The elastic behaviour of a material can be explained by the Kinetic Theory of Matter. Since the molecules in a solid are very close to each other, there exist strong attracting forces between them. Thus when force is removed, the attraction forces between the molecules pull them back again and the material is restored to its original shape. Different materials have different elasticity depending on the nature of the material.



Elastic Limit:


The maximum resisting force of a material is called the Elastic Limit of that material.


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