Change in which of the following physical properties can transform matter from one state to another?
Particles in solids have lesser kinetic energy when compared to liquids and gases. As temperature increases, the state changes from solids to liquids and then to gases.
As the pressure increases, the volume of the volume of gas decreases. As we know, in solids, particles are much closer to each other and the distance between the particles increases as we move towards the gaseous state. So, with the increase in pressure, gases can be converted to liquids and then to solids.