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What are properties of particles in a liquid?

Like the particles of a solid, particles in a liquid are subject to intermolecular attraction; however, liquid particles have more space between them, so they are not fixed in position. The attraction between the particles in a liquid keeps the volume of the liquid constant.

Which is not liquid?

Ice is water in its solid form or state. Ice is different from most solids because its molecules are not packed as closely together as they are in liquid water. But still it possesses the most properties of solid as compared to other in the options.

What are the properties of liquids and solids?

solid: Has a definite shape and volume. liquid: Has a definite volume, but take the shape of the container. gas: Has no definite shape or volume. change of state: When matter is converted from one of the three states (example: solid, liquid, or gas) to another state.

What are the similarities between solid liquid and gas?

Solid, Liquids, and Gases. Sold, liquid, and gas all have volume and shape. They are all made up of atoms, molecules, or ions. Liquids and solids can be referred to as condensed phased because their particles are close together. Liquids and gases flow easily because their particles can move or slide past one another.

What is gas in simple words?

(Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a fluid (such as air) that has neither independent shape nor volume but tends to expand indefinitely. 2a : a combustible gas or gaseous mixture for fuel or lighting especially : natural gas.

What are the 3 matters?

There are three states of matter: solid; liquid and gas.

What can we learn from liquids?

What can we learn from liquid

  • they can flow.
  • they do not have any fixed shape and size.
  • they have a definite volume.
  • force if attraction between the molecules is less.
  • intermolecular space is more.

What is milk solid liquid or gas?

Milk and cream are liquids. If you leave milk or cream out of the fridge overnight or for a few days, its state of matter changes. Solid chunks can form in the milk and cream.

Is plastic solid liquid or gas?

Polymers tend to be dense, strong, and flexible. Examples are plastic bottles, styrofoam, and chewing gum. When the glue is mixed with the borax, the polymers, which are solid, are suspended in the water making the mixture act like a solid and a liquid.

Is rain a solid liquid or gas?

Clouds are basically made up of tiny water droplets and/or ice crystals. Snow flakes are simply ice crystals while rain is just liquid water. Water existing as a gas is called water vapor. When referring to the amount of moisture in the air, we are actually referring to the amount of water vapor.

Is snow a gas solid or liquid?

Snow and hail is a solid, sleet has solids within a liquid mass, and rain is liquid. Ask students if they can find the gas phase of water. They may not recognize that a cloud contains components of water in the gas phase. Clouds also have particles in it, which are in the solid phase.