The liquids that are not easily vapourizable are called nonvolatile liquids. Those liquids that evaporates at normal temperatures are called volatile liquids. e.g. : water H2o is a non-volatile liquid e.t.c
Separate two liquids using distillation.Basically a mixture of the two liquids is heated, however, the two liquids will have different boiling temperatures, this means that one liquid can be collected before the other. :)
Liquids are the least common of the four states of matter due to the temperatures/conditions in which they exist. Gases exist in a very high range of temperatures, as do solids, but liquids require specific temperature ranges (generally very small ones) in order to exist.
Three types of liquids are solids, liquids, and gases. Plasma is the fourth although it only occurs in high temperatures such as lightning. Solid structure has atoms tightly packed, liquids they move freely, and gases they all bounce around.
Five facts: 1. When liquids cool down, they become solids. 2. When gases cool down, they become liquids. 3. When solids heat up, they become liquids. 4. When liquids heat up, they become gases. 5. Some liquids will only freeze in temperatures that can never be recreated by humans.