well........... tHE PARTICLES IN A LIQUID R NOT IN A FIXED POSITION I.e. a solid BUT in a liquid they r spread apart more. They also have more energy in them. A gas spreads quickly because the particles are REALLY spread out. They also hav a lot of energy in them. If u search inimages liquid particles you will see
You pour the liquid medication opposite from the label so any spilled liquid will not block or fade the information on the label.
liquid is easy to pour but a solid is not because it has the property of fluidity which means it can flow and solid can not because it is rigid in nature that is why liquid is easy to pour but solid is not.
Anything you can pour is a liquid. Treacle is a very viscous liquid which means it's thick and hard to pour.
Salt is a solid. Even if you can pour something, it doesn't make it a liquid.
If the viscosity of a liquid increases the liquid will pour more slowly.
Gasoline is a liquid. It is a liquid because the gasoline u pour
it takes the shape of the container you pour it into
First pour the liquid into the dog bowl..... Then pour the liquid from the dog bowl into the cup ......then pour liquid in the dog bowl again but from thr gallon this time then theres 4 litters left
Pour liquid from the left beaker into the middle beaker.Pour liquid from the middle beaker into the right beaker.Pour liquid from the right beaker into the left beaker.Pour liquid from the middle beaker into the right beaker.Pour liquid from the left beaker into the middle beaker.Pour liquid from the middle beaker into the right beaker.Pour liquid from the right beaker into the left beaker.If you get confused, click the bottle with the Help note rolled up inside to see directions for getting four units of cream soda into two containers. You can also follow the scroll if you want numbers.
It is a liquid because flows easily and can pour easily.
You could pour the liquid into a measuring beaker or graduated jug.You could pour the liquid into a measuring beaker or graduated jug.
it depends on how fast you pour a liquid eg: If you pour the water into the glass slowly the particles will move slowly, if you pour the water fast the prticle will move fast.
Pour liquid on it (such as water).
You can pour it on your food
yes if you pour any kind of liquid
A liquid. You can pour it onto your salad.
The particles in a liquid are able to move around and change its shape so you can pour it into a glass.
Pour it in a measuring jug?
I think liquid because you can pour it
A funnel or any container.
First, you get a graduated cylinder and pour in a liquid. Then you take another liquid and pour it in the same graduated cylinder, but you pour it in very SLOWLY!! Do this with more than one liquid, and you'll see that it make layers. By that, you can see which liquid is denser than the others. (You can use a different container, but it has to be see-through!!) Hope this helps you!
Honey, maple syrup, lemon juice, treacle, and whatever you fancy.
Get the 10 liters and pour it into the sweaty dish then pour the dish in the cup then pour the 7 liters to the sweaty dish
If you pour a liquid into a container, it will take the shape of the container, provided none overflows. Under the influence of gravity, a liquid will stay in an open container, such as a cup.