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# What is the relationship between mass volume and density of solids liquids and gasses?

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mass is mass for solid, liquid, and gas. density of solid > density of liquid > density of gas volume of solid < volume of liquid < volume of gas There are some exceptions to "density of solid > density of liquid" and "volume of solid < volume of liquid", with some of them being ice / water and rock / magma.

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Typically, a lower temperature denotes higher density, but many LIQUIDS are uncompressible (water actually expands slightly as it freezes) and therefore density in maintained. FLUIDS on the other hand encompass both liquids and gasses, of which gasses ARE compressible and will increase in density as temperature drops.

Hydraulics are powered by liquids under pressure and pnuematics are powered by gasses, usually air, under pressure. Both liquids and gasses are fluids.

Liquids CAN be compressed ... but not as much as gasses, nor as easily. The reason is that there is no "free space" between the molecules of a liquid (nor of a solid), but there is between the molecules of a gas.

Mainly its the spacing between molecules - or rather the average energy that each molecule has. In liquids the bonds between molecules exceeds the energy of each molecule, thus the substance (i.e. liquid) sticks together and is strongly affected by gravity. (Note that some definitions of liquids includes the filling of containers.) Density.

The higher the density, the faster the sound. Solids, then liquids, then gasses.

molecules move more in gasses gasses&gt;liquids&gt;solids

Solids tend to be heavier because they have more atoms in less area (density) and the reason they have more atoms in less area is because they have an atomic attraction between them that is much greater than that of gasses and liquids (liquids have no atomic attraction and gasses tend to repel themselves)

Solids tend to be heavier because they have more atoms in less area (density) and the reason they have more atoms in less area is because they have an atomic attraction between them that is much greater than that of gasses and liquids (liquids have no atomic attraction and gasses tend to repel themselves) Now gasses whose atoms repel against themselves are much more disperse and occupy a lot more space with a lot less mass. Solids tend to be heavier because they have more atoms in less area (density) and the reason they have more atoms in less area is because they have an atomic attraction between them that is much greater than that of gasses and liquids (liquids have no atomic attraction and gasses tend to repel themselves) Now gasses whose atoms repel against themselves are much more disperse and occupy a lot more space with a lot less mass.

it becomes thinner. mass can't be created or destroyed, it only encompasses solids , liquids, and gasses.

The atoms either move faster causing solid to become liquids and liquids into gasses, or slow down causing gasses to become liquids and liquids into solids.

Liquids have smaller spaces between the molecules than a gas, and Solids have smaller spaces than liquids.

Liquids and gasses tend to expand when heated, this lowers the density, thus warm "air" rises and cool air falls.

Gasses have atoms in them that bounce off each other and move around all over the place. Solids have atoms in them that stay put/don't move.A liquids atoms vibrate.

Fluids include liquids and gasses. Liquids are not compressible. Gasses are compressible. Water is a liquid and it not compressible.

because solids have shapes To improve upon the above answer. Solids have a definite shape and size, whereas liquids and gasses do not. Liquids have definite volume, but do not have a definite shape, and gasses have no definite shape or volume.

Yes. The three types of matter are solids, liquids, and gasses.

Nobody invented gasses. Gasses are one of the four naturally occurring states of matter: * Gasses * Liquids * Solids * Plasmas

Unlike gasses, solids and liquids have a set density, and can't be condensed or expanded any more than they already are, so they are referred to as being condensed.

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.

Both liquids and gasses have molecules that are spread apart, and thus can shift shapes and mold to different positions.

No. First of all, liquids are not gasses. Liquids and gasses are two different states of matter. Second, you can have any mass of liquid or any mass of gas. Third, liquids are denser than gasses, meaning they have more mass for a given unit of volume.

The rate of diffusion is fastest is gasses, but as we can't see the gases ,it can be seen it liquids, but in liquids the rate of diffusion is comparatively slower than gasses and it can be easily observed....

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