Which state of matter is incompressible?

Solid-state of matter is incompressible.

Explanation

The solid-state is one of the fundamental states of matter. Solid has a fixed shape and volume. Due to its rigid nature, particles in solid can only vibrate about their mean position and cannot move.
In solids, particles are tightly or closely packed. The gaps between the particles are tiny and hence it is tough to compress them.

 

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