they all take up space
all have matter, mass, and weight
Liquids and Gases are both matter, and are not solids.
They both can be turned into liquids
The common denominator would be the kinetic energy of the particles making up the solids, liquids, and gases.
No they are the furtherst away out of solids, liquids and gases.
They all have Particles.
Solids - the particles are close together Liquids - In a non-uniform and non-static, close-packed manner. Gases - they float around the space they are in
the particles in solids are closer together than in liquids and gases allowing it to keep its shape
Solids are more closely packed.
big spaces between the particles???
Because there is not enough room in the particles for them to move around like Liquids and Gases!
Because of their high kinetic energy, the particles of gases are far apart, while in liquids and solids the particles are closer together because of their comparitively lower kinetic energy. The fact that the particles of gases are far apart with lots of empty space accounts for their high compressibility in comparison to solids and liquids.
u can condense gases but not liquids and solids.
Farts are gases, not liquids or solids. :)
They can form into the shape of their container, while solids have a definite shape.
--------------------------------------------- Clouds are generally agglomerations of small particles of solids and liquids.
Matter. Everything. Gases,Liquids,Solids and Plasmas.
solids are packed tightly together with no gaps liquids are joined together in groups of about three particles and there are noticeable gaps between each group and gases are separate particles which just bounce around randomly.
Yes they do, and in gases even faster than in liquids. In solids they only vibrate, maybe rotate a bit, but they don't move (from place to other place) like they can do in liquids.
The particles of solids have almost negligible space between them therefore they conduct heat and energy faster than liquids and gases as their particles have some space between them.
The motion of particles in gasses, liquids, and solids are all different. Gas particles can move much more quickly than solids.
All materials contains atoms or molecules.
They are free moving particles
They move at different speeds and densities
particles of a liquid are close together with no regular arrangement