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What is the Difference between Regular and Irregular solids?

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Regular object have equla sides and irregular dont

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the difference between crystalline solids and amorphous solids are that particles in crystalline solids form a regular repeating pattern but in amorphous solids they are not arranged in a regular shapeCrystals are solids with fixed, regularpatterns

you cut it into regular solids then figure out those then add them together

A crystal is a solid that has a definite, regular structure in its atoms, molecules, or ions. Not all solids are like this.

SI unit of volume is cubic meter (m3). The solids whose volume can be calculated by measuring length, width, height, diameter etc. are called regular solids.

Clarifier removes solids from Liquid and Clarifier removes solids from Gas

Crystalline solids have particles which are arranged in a regular pattern. The particles of amorphous solids are not arranged in regular pattern.

Amorphous solid:a solid with considerable disorder in its structure.Crystalline solid: solids with highly regular arrangements of their components. There are three types of crystalline solids; ionic, molecular, and atomic.

You can measure the volume of irregular solids by using water displacment which is meausured in mililiters (mL), and that, in turn, can be converted to cubic centimeters (cm3)

Crystalline Solids are when the particles form a regular repeating pattern. Amorphous solids have particles that are not arranged in a regular pattern.

Crystalline solids have particles that are arranged in a regular pattern and amorphous solids do not

It depends on the system in which you are working, but the units will be the same as for a regular solid. In the International System of Units (SI units, for short), the unit for volume is m3.

For several regular solids, there are well-known formulae - for example, for spheres, rectangular boxes, pyramids, cylinders, and others. For irregular solids, one method is to do measurements - an object can be immersed in a liquid, and the amount of liquid displaced can be measured. Another option is to split the object into small pieces in the shape of rectangular blocks or some other shape (perhaps the "splitting" is only in calculations), and add the volume of all the pieces. This is called "integration". In fact, many of the well-known formulae for regular solids - such as a sphere - have also been obtained through integration.

Solids have the lowers and gases the highest kinetic energy. Liquids are in the middle.

liquids are runny and can be poured. Solids are firm and can be stacked.

Water displacement is used to find the volume of irregular solids as discovered by Archimedes

Glasses are solids. They're, specifically, amorphous solids. What makes them different from regular solids is that they're not regular, they're amorphous. Which is right there in the name.

Particles. Just like liquids and gases. The difference between them is that solids have tighter packed particles that are less able to move freely

Regular solids are solids where all of the angles and faces are congruent. A die or cube is an example of a regular solid, specifically a regular square prism. A regular triangular pyramid would be a pyramid with a triangular base where each of the three sides of the pyramid were identical to the triangle on the base.

Crystalline solids are a class of solids that have regular or nearly regular crystalline structures. This means that the atoms in these solids are arranged in an orderly manner. Examples of crystalline solids are sugar, sugar candy, or rock candy.

Powders flow under little stress,solids do not.

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