Answer: solids, liquids and gasses are made of atoms.
Liquids and gases flow whereas solids don't.
because solids have shapes To improve upon the above answer. Solids have a definite shape and size, whereas liquids and gasses do not. Liquids have definite volume, but do not have a definite shape, and gasses have no definite shape or volume.
molecules move more in gasses gasses>liquids>solids
solids, liquids, and gasses, all depend on how many atoms are in that element.
Yes. The three types of matter are solids, liquids, and gasses.
All solids and liquids but not gasses.
They can be solids, liquids, or gasses.
The "states" of matter.
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.
The atoms or molecules in both liquids and solids stay relatively close together.
Liquids yes, gasses yes, solids no
solids , gasses , and liquids.
solids, liquids and gasses
Solids, liquids, and gasses
Gasses, liquids and solids.
Liquids and Gases are both matter, and are not solids.
They both can be turned into liquids
Nobody invented gasses. Gasses are one of the four naturally occurring states of matter: * Gasses * Liquids * Solids * Plasmas
Solids, liquids and gasses are three of the possible states of matter. All matter is made of atoms.
Solids liquids and gasses
Gasses, solids and liquids :P
gasses, liquids and solids
solids liquids and gasses