Chemistry

# How does the change in the volume affect the density of solids liquids and gases?

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Because when the volume of an object,liquid,or gas Exspand then the density changes Mass/Volume= Density

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## Related Questions

the change in volume affects the density of solids, liquids , and gases by when the volume of a liquid , solid . or gas expands the density changes.

because a solids density is more then a liquids

No liquids and solids do not change size the volume, mass,density, and weight stay the same they just change shape.

no, liquids don't have a higher density than solids - because density means toughnes (Only solids have) Un-breakable ness! no liquids have this and they don't stay the same! So - therefore solids have a higher density than liquids! :D

The density of air - or most gases - is much less than the density of typical solids and liquids.

A change in volume with a constant, unchanging Pressure and Temperature results in increased or decreased density, inversely dependent on increase or decrease in volume.

no solids have a much stronger and higer density

Liquids do have density just it is lower than a solids density and a gas has no density at all. So all in all liquids have low density.

Pressure can change the volume of all three (to varying degrees) and density = mass (which doesn't change) divided by volume.

Gases can change their volume and that causes the density to change. Liquids and solids are practically incompressible. Their volume change under pressure is such a small amount that their density changes very little if at all.

the lower the density of a compound, the easier it will be to compress it. gases usually have lower density than liquids or solids.

Solids to Liquids (Melting) Liquids turning back into a Solid (Freezing) ((SCF))

describe how temperature affects the solubilityof solids in liquids

in relation to solids or liquids in liquids: Density. A lighter density compound/liquid will float in a heavier density liquid

Solids have the highest density, followed by liquids and then gases.

DensityThis refers to particle density of fluids and compact(ed) solids like crystals, in contrast to bulk density of grainy or porous solids. Aerometer liquidsDasymeter gasesGas collecting tube gasesHydrometer liquidsPycnometer liquidsresonant frequency and Damping Analyser (RFDA) solidsFor the ranges of density-values see: Orders of magnitude (density)

They are solids. Liquids are liquids because they are able to change shape without the use of compressional forces. For plasticine and playdough, they are only able to change shape using force. Hence, they are not liquids, but solids.

In a gas, for a given amount of matter, density absolutely depends on volume. For liquids and solids, they occupy given volumes, and it is necessary extraordinarily strong compressions to induce even a modest change in volume. However, solids and liquids are somewhat susceptible to temperature and density does depend slightly on it.

Low density: gases Medium density: liquids High density: solids

Compared to liquids and solids, yes a very low density.

The forces holding the atoms together are weaker in liquids than in solids.

Solids change to liquids when they are heated and the bonds between the molecules are weaked so the molecules can move around more freely

When cooled gases change to liquids (usually) and then solids Solids don't change to gases upon cooling