Both have particles( atoms, ions etc.) that vibrate
The atoms or molecules in both liquids and solids stay relatively close together.
Liquids and Gases are both matter, and are not solids.
They both can be turned into liquids
they are both made of particles
Liquids, like solids have a definite volume. While liquids don't have a definite shape, they can take the shape of a container which can be measured the same way as with solids.
Solids are hard but liquids have no feeling. Solids have a shape but liquids do not.
solids and liquids *:)*
Liquids do, but solids do not.
Solids to Liquids (Melting) Liquids turning back into a Solid (Freezing) ((SCF))
u can condense gases but not liquids and solids.
Farts are gases, not liquids or solids. :)
Solids and liquids both have fixed volumes.
Both liquids and Solids have definite volumes
- Solutions can be saturated or unsaturated. or - Solutions of solids in liquids, solids in solids, liquids in liquids (rarely used the expression gas in gas).
mixtures can be formed by physically putting two or more substances together. Mixtures can be formed between solids and liquids, solids and solids, liquids and liquids, solids and gas, liquids and gas, gas and gas
Solids are strong because they are not like liquids,liquids can go through your hand and solids cant
liquids don't have a particular form solids do and take up a shape liquids do not.
Liquids are easier to manipulate than solids are. Also, liquids generally conform to the shape of the container in which they are placed, while solids do not.
I'm not exactly sure what you're wanting to get from this question, but I can tell you these things for sure:solids have a definite shapeliquids do notsolids and liquids both have a definite volumesolids and liquids have a definite massThose are just some of the basics, if you want to get more into detail with the things solids and liquids share, besides there properties, then I suggest you research it.Solids and liquids are essentially incompressible.
solids hold their shape but liquids take the shape of the container there in
because a solids density is more then a liquids
solids liquids and gases are all states of matter
Answer: solids, liquids and gasses are made of atoms.
Liquids and gases flow whereas solids don't.
There are laws for solids and liquids, too. For instance solids have a coeffient of linear expansion and liquids (and gasses) have a viscosity. Many others.