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What affect the volume of solids?

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2017-05-20 15:26:00

Volume is the ratio between mass and density; density depends on temperature.

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pressure will not affect the volume of solids to the gases:The pressure increases, the gas volume will reduce; The pressure reduces , the gas volume will increase

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.

Yes, solids keep their volume.

Solids have a definite volume and gases have a variable volume

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

Solids have a fixed volume or shape at room temperature or pressure.

All solids of the same measurements have the same volume regardless of density or mass.

Solids have a set volume. Liquids have a set volume. Gases do not have a set volume. Why? Solids are solids. They don't move. They're in a 'frozen state' as is. Liquids 'mold' to the shape of their container and they stay there. Gases are free to go anywhere. Always moving and 'flying.'

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.

Yes, all solids have a volume.

Unlike solids, gases can expand and change volume.

Solids: Definite shape and Definite volume Liquids: Indefinite shape and Definite volume Gases: Indefinite shape and Indefinite volume

A solid has a definite volume. It is a gas that has an indefinite volume.

Solids have both a definite shape and volume

Liquids, like solids have a definite volume. While liquids don't have a definite shape, they can take the shape of a container which can be measured the same way as with solids.

Structure. Solids have definite shape and definite volume. Liquids have definite volume but indefinite shape. Gases have both indefinite shape and indefinite volume.

Brim Measures for the Determination of the Volume of Flowable Solids

Both solids and liquids have definite volume.

You might discover that solids have mass and they have volume.

Solids are substances that have definite shape and volume.

Measurement of the volume of solids depends on its density and mass.

The most common reason is that the solids are absorbing water in sufficient volume to cause a notable change in volume, without dissolving or losing their appearance as solids.

Gases haven't not a fixed volume.Only solids and liquids have a fixed volume.

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