How does the movement of an air molecule differ from a metal?

The average distance between air molecules is much greater than the average distance between molecules in a metal. In addition, the molecules in the metal form a rigid crystal lattice and the distance between the molecules is less. Therefore, air molecules move randomly and collide with each other and with other molecules, while the molecules in the crystal lattice of the metal vibrate.

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