Gases and liquids have no shape of there own.
Liquids and Gases are both matter, and are not solids.
liquids and gases both have an Indefinite shape. nd some liquids turn into gases with heat.
Liquids and gases both do not have a definite shape and they both take the shape of their container
They both can be turned into liquids
Convection in alike in both liquids and gases as, in both of them, the heated molecules being lighter rise upwards and the cooler molecules take their place.
Gases dissolve in liquids
Liquids - yes. Gases - no.
Mixture of gases and liquids
Liquids and gases are affected by friction.
u can condense gases but not liquids and solids.
Farts are gases, not liquids or solids. :)
Liquids an gases are both known as fluids.
Both gases and liquids have an indefinite shape - they will take the shape of the container they are held in. The difference between gases and liquids is that liquids have a definite volume while a gas does not.
Flow. Gases and liquids can both modify their shapes.
Liquids are much denser than gases.
A process by which energy is tranfered gases and liquids
No. Gases are more crompressible than liquids.
When molecules in liquids and gases are heated they move faster
why cant liquids change volume but gases can
No, liquids are incompressible.
Solids have definite shape and liquids and gases do not because because gases and liquids take the shape and volume of their containers! :)
No. Gases and liquids are matter. Matter is not a force; it is acted upon by forces. Gases and liquids can exert a force or transmit a force, but they themselves are not forces.
Yes, they can be liquids, but not only liquids, they can also be gases.
some solids,liquids and gases are dangers some are not dangers