When liquid helium is exposed to room temperature, it forms a gas. Which best explains why this happens? The liquid helium absorbs energy from the air in the room. The particles in the air absorb the energy of the liquid helium. The helium particles release energy and slow down. The air in the room has less energy than the liquid helium.
The liquid helium absorbs energy from the air in the room. as the particles gane some energy and start some motion