Gasses completely fill the vessel in which they are kept. Give reasons

In gases the arrangement of atoms are irregular and the movement is continuous in a random motion. So a gas completely fills the vessel in which it is kept because there is a negligible force of attraction between the particles of gas. The intermolecular forces are zero and do not act on the container in which it is kept.

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