Yes there are empty spaces between molecules of water. Water forms "bonds" between each molecule in the liquid space. I say "bonds" because they are not the covalent bonds or ionic bonds you may be use to. They are hydrogen bonds that form because each end of the water molecule has a certain charge. The oxygen atom takes on a very strong negative charge while the hydrogens are much more positive. The attraction between them causes them to come really close but they do not bond exactly. So yes there is space between molecules. And since all atoms are 99.99999% empty your glass of water is actually almost empty in terms of space!!!
The 99.999999% empty space referred to above is INSIDE the individual atoms, not between them. Yes there are spaces between water molecules, this can be shown by measuring the volume of water in a glass. Then measure the volume of some sugar. Dissolve the sugar in the water and measure the volume of the mixture, it will not be the sum of the separate volumes.
Well, in space, there are asteroids which are made of molecules, and stars that are made of molecules. However, 'space' is a broad term. It could mean the space in between stars, or everything that is in the night sky, so it's really hard to say. Even "empty" space isn't really empty. There are lots of molecules in space. Even between galaxies, there are still a few molecules.
Yes. Gases are very compressible because there is a lot of empty space between the molecules. A liquid has almost no empty space between the molecules. When compressing a gas you are pushing the molecules closer together, getting rid of some of the empty space. Can't do that with liquids. Example 18grams of liquid ware will occupy 18 ml or 0.018 Liter of space (volume). Boil that same 18 grams of water and it will occupy about 24000 ml or 24 Liters of space because in the gas form the same number of molecules are farther apart with lots of empty space between them .
we already know there is nothing in space, even here on earth! This is how it works: when you have a gas there is empty space in between the molecules, and you cant just fill that empty space with more molecules because that would meen that everything would have to be solid. so that empty space is nothing, gravity just holds it up. by the way if nothing did overcome space every thing would collapse in on its self, but besides that its improbable to explain.
since water is a liquid, there is still space in between the water molecules. So if you pour salt slowly into the a glass full of water, the salt molecules will occupy the empty spaces between the water molecules, until it reaches a point called sturation point when there isn't any space left and then the glass will overflow. But this will only work if you stir the water to help the mixing of the two substances. Interesting addendum: the water will actually shrink for the first few grains of salt as the electrostatic nature of the ionic salt will pull the water molecules closer together.
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