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the higher the temperature, the higher the volume of a solid

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As a general rule, increasing the temperature will increase the volume of a liquid (or a solid or a gas)


Volume ChangesThe volume of any solid, liquid, or gas will change with changes in temperature.


Temperature is closely linked up to volume. In a solid the species are closely packed. As temperature increase so does the molecular vibrations. At a critical temperature the vibrational energy is sufficiently high that the species break their packing and thus melt into a liquid.


The volume of most substances will reduce if the substance changes from liquid to solid.


Depending on the nature of the liquid, the volume, the temperature, the exposedarea of the liquid, the purity, etc.


mass is mass for solid, liquid, and gas. density of solid > density of liquid > density of gas volume of solid < volume of liquid < volume of gas There are some exceptions to "density of solid > density of liquid" and "volume of solid < volume of liquid", with some of them being ice / water and rock / magma.


Usually the warmer it is the faster a solid dissolves AND the more of it that will go into solution.


The easiest way to measure the volume of an irregularly shaped solid is to use a graduated cylinder and a liquid which does NOT dissolve the solid to be measured. Pour sufficient liquid to cover the solid (an eyeball estimate.) Note the volume of the liquid. Then place the solid into the cylinder with the liquid, and note the volume. The additional volume, i.e., the volume before adding the solid, is then subtracted from the new volume. The difference is the volume of your solid sample.


A solid has a definite shape and volume. (but the volume may change with temperature)A liquid has a definite volume but not a definite shape, and a gas has no definite volume or shape.


well a liquid cannot be a solid but i will interpret the question as this: what is the relationship between the units of measurement for the volume of a liquid and a solid? liquid volume- measured in mL solid volume- measured in cm cubed 1 mL=1cm cubed


The volume of a solid depends on the temperature.


Liquid is the state of matter that has a defined volume, but not a defined shape. As opposed to a solid which has defined shape and volume, or a gas which has neither a defined shape nor volume. So the short answer is yes, a liquid will keep its volume. However, in the real world the volume of a liquid will vary as temperature and atmospheric pressure conditions change before transitioning to either a solid or gaseous state.


In general terms, by using the Archimedean principle. If the solid is immersed in a liquid, it will displace a volume of that liquid which is equal to its own volume. The volume of liquid displaced is then measured.


it is a liquid at room temperature but solid at 0 Celsius


graduated cylindergraduated cylinderSubmerge your solid in a liquid the liquid volume displaced is equal to your irregular solid volume.


The displacement method is a method for measuring the volume of a solid. The solid is immersed in liquid and the level of the liquid before it is immersed is subtracted from the level of the liquid after it is immersed to get the volume of the solid.


Gas has an indefinite shape or volume. Liquid has a fixed shape and volume. Solid has a fixed shape and volume.


The temperature at which a substance changes from a liquid to a solid is the freezing/melting temperature.


a solid is different from a liquid in shape and volume because a solid has a fixed shape and a liquid is not a fixed shape and it takes shape of its container.


As the temperature of the matter gets colder it will become more of a solid. (gas to liquid to solid) As the temperature of the matter increases it will become more of a gas. (solid to liquid to gas) And once the matter gets to be around 10,000 degrees, it may turn in to plasma.


The temperature at which matter changes from a liquid to a solid is its freezing point.


temperature. The higher the temperature of the liquid, the more of the solid you can dissolve in it.


Temperature in this instance will not affect density, but rather pressure. The density of the gas will be much smaller than the density of a liquid or solid of the same chemical because it is a gas. The formula for density is mass over volume, and a gas has no measurable mass, making the gas always less dense than the liquid and the solid.


A solid has a fixed volume and form. A liquid has a fixed volume but has the form of a container. A gas has not a fixed volume or form.


It is not possible. You call the substance a solid if it is so at room temperature. It is not possible for a solid (at room temperature) to also be as a liquid at room temperature.



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