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In solid state particles are closest and only able to vibrate, not moving around

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Why solids has definite shape and volume?

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Are particles of a gas close together?

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Are solid particles close together?

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What is the movement of particles within solids?

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How do particles move differently in a solid a liquid and a gas?

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In which state of matter do particles vibrate in place?

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How do solid particles move?

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Why is a solid the best conductor of heat?

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