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No. Changes of state are physical changes in science. According to the law of conservation of mass, mass is neither created nor destroyed during physical or chemical changes (because atoms are not lost or gained.) Therefore, the solid form of one substance does not have more mass than the same substance in liquid or gas form.

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What are the traits of a gas?

The traits of gas are no definite volume, shape and mass. Gases are also easy to compress and can occupy far more spaces than solids and liquids from which they form.


Hows the energy differs between a solid liquid and gas?

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The gas phase. That is true of any substance. Gases, because they are free to move about the entire volume of any container have much more entropy than either liquid or solids (and liquids have more than solids). The more ways the atoms are free to move around, the more entropy they have.


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Can you list 2 properties of a liquid?

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What makes up solids liquids and gases?

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What happens to solid liquids and gases when they are heated?

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Why is it easier to find solids and liquids than gases?

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How does these three terms density rigidity and fluidity apply to particles in the solid gas and liquid phase?

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Solids have a set volume. Liquids have a set volume. Gases do not have a set volume. Why? Solids are solids. They don't move. They're in a 'frozen state' as is. Liquids 'mold' to the shape of their container and they stay there. Gases are free to go anywhere. Always moving and 'flying.'


Why solids do not mix well but gases and liquids mix easily in most cases?

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