Properties of Solids
This matter has a fixed shape and volume with particles closely packed together with little movement. It is:
- None of these
Solid has a definite shape.
The molecules in solids are:
closer to each other than in gases
freely moving than in gases
closer to each other than in liquids
freely moving than in liquids
Solids always have a rigid structure.
Which among these is correct for space between molecules in different states of matter?
Solid > Liquid
Gas > Solid
Gas > Liquid
Liquid > Gas
Why is it so hard to break a solid?
No force of attraction between the molecules
Strong force of attraction between the molecules
Weak force of attraction between the molecules
Which of the following cannot change its shape and volume?
If we hit crystal with a hammer, it will melt.
Which state of matter are rigid and tightly packed particles?