differences between solids, liquids and gases ?
solids- their molecules r tightly packed, they are rigid, have definite shape
liquids- their molecules are packed looser than that of solids, they are not rigid, they do not have a definite shape-they take the shape of the container in which they r kept.
gases- their molecules are free to move-very loose, they r not rigid, do not have a definite shape-they take the shape of the container in which they r kept.
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solids have a fixed volume and a fixed shape.They are rigid and their molecules are packed together.They have low kinetic energy.The rate of diffusion is very slow in solids.
liquids have a fixed volume but do not have a fixed shale.They take the shape of the container in which they are kept.They are not rigid as compared to solids and their molecules have some space between them.The rate of diggusion is faster as compared to liquids and so as their kinetic energy
gases do not have fixed shape and a fixed volume. They are highly compressable and their molecules have a lot of space berween them.The rate of diffusion and the kintic energy is fastest in gases.
the differencw r their densities , intermolecular force , intermolecular space rigidity , kinetic energy ,diffusion of the molecules
the molicules of a solids are closly
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PROPERTY / SOLID / LIQUID / GASES
VOLUME AND SHAPE - DEFINATE SHAPE SHAPE OF A NO DEFINATE SHAPE
AND VOLUME CONTAINER AND DEFINTE AND VOLUME
COMPRESSIBILITY - CANNOT BE COPRESS EXEPT CANNOT BE COMPRESSED CAN BE PORASSOLID COMPRESSED EASILY
FLOW - PATICLES DO NOT FLOW PARTICLES FLOW PARTICLES FLOW EASILY
DIFFUSION - DIFFUSION SLOWLY DIFFUSION FAST DIFFUSION VERY FAST
the differences r in densities, weight, force of attraction between the particles, the rigidity, the kinetic energy of the molecules and many more. u can easily use an ncert textbook for reference
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