Water vapour does not have definite shape and does not have definite volume.
No, it doesn't have a definite volume or definite shape, but however liquid of water might have definite volume.
WATER has no definite shape but has definite volume.
No. Water vapor is a gas. Gasses do not have a definite volume.
Liquids have a definite volume but not a definite shape. An example of a liquid is water, which has a definite volume, but its shape is indefinite.
Answer: Definite volume- Water No Definite volume- Gas NO SUCH QUESTION WILL COME OUT FOR EXAM AS IT DOESN'T MAKE SENSE AT ALL..........
Water (as a liquid) has a definite volume but no shape; a gas hasn't a definite volume or shape.
"LIQUID DOES have a definite volume but does NOT have a definite shape."- Earth Science Reviewing the Essentials
im assuming that you meant definite shape and definite volume, in which case it would be a solid. Water has a definite volume, but not shape; and a gas has indefinite for both
Like all liquids, water does not have a definite shape or volume.
Water vapor is a gas, and like all gases, it has no definite shape or volume. It will expand to fill whatever volume there is. The only thing that will change as this happens, is that the pressure exerted by the gas will change.
It has a definite volume but not a definite shapeIt has a definite volume but not a definite shapeBoils at 100'c and freezes at exactly 0'c or 273K.
Liquid like water,honey,or soda
it remain the same as it has definite volume.
liquid does have definite volume, but it does not have a definite shape.Only ice (solid) phase has a definite volume and shapeIce( solid state), since solids are the only state of matter that has a definite mass volume and shape
A liquid has no definite shape but a definite volume, a solid has a definite volume and a definite volume, and a gas has no definite shape or volume.
"Definite shape and volume" refers to a solid. If water is solid, it means it is frozen - in that case it is called "ice".
No, it's the other way around. Water will assume the shape of the vessel it's poured into, but the volume will remain the same.
Liquids have a definite volume but NOT a definite shape.