any solid has both shape and volume
Yes. Liquids take the shape of a container but not the volume, and gases take the shape and volume of a container.
Solids have both a definite shape and volume
No, it does not. It doesn't have a definite shape or volume. A solid has both though.
A solid has a fixed shape and a fixed volume. A liquid has a fixed volume, but assumes the shape of its container. A gas assumes both the shape and volume of its container.
A solid does. Liquids change in shape and gases change in both shape and volume.
Matter that takes both the shape and volume of its container is a gas. A solid is characterized by having a definite shape and definite volume.
Solid is the state of matter that has both a definite volume and definite shape.
No. Solids are resistant to changes in both shape and volume.
Yes, a solid has both a definite shape and a definite volume, unless acted on by an external force or chemical reaction.
A liquid. A gas has definite volume, but no definite shape, and a solid has both.
If it's solid then it has both. If it's liquid then it has volume but not shape. If it's gas then it has neither.
A gas is a substance whose molecules are in constant, rapid, random motion. As a result, a gas will spread out and take on the shape and volume of whatever container it is in-whether a jar, a room, or the atmosphere! This is very different from a liquid or a solid. The molecules in a liquid do not move as fast as those in a gas. A liquid can take on the shape of its container but will keep the same volume, no matter what container it is in. The molecules in a solid just vibrate in place. That is why a solid will retain both its shape and its volume.
No, a specific amount of gas has neither a definite volume or a definite shape. In contrast, a liquid has a definite volume but not a definite shape and a solid has both a definite volume and a definite shape.
If it has both an indefinite volume and indefinite shape, it's a gas. A solid has a definite shape and volume, and a liquid has a definite volume but no definite shape( it will take on the shape of its container).GAS!!
The state of matter with both fixed volume and fixed shape is a solid. Liquids have a fixed volume, but mold to the shape of their container. Gases have neither fixed volume nor shape, expanding to fill their container both ways.
molecules in liquids have a definite volume but no definite shape on the other hand solids have both a definite shape a nd volume
Only a solid has a definite shape. It also has a definite volume. A liquid has a definite volume, but an indefinite shape. A gas has both an indefinte shape and volume. Same for plasma. Hope this helps!
An item that has both definite shape and definite volume.
both are fixed (unless acted upon by outside forces) in a solid; volume is fixed but shape is malleable in a liquid; and both are malleable in a gas.
im assuming that you meant definite shape and definite volume, in which case it would be a solid. Water has a definite volume, but not shape; and a gas has indefinite for both
A gas and a liquid will both take the shape of their container. However only a gas will take on the volume of its container as well.
Water and Bismuth both have solid forms which occupy a greater volume than they do in their liquid state.