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For Most Substances the distance between particles is smallest when the substance exists gas exists as a liquid exists as a crystalline solid exists as an amorphous solid

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    @Notamathgenius

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    A crystalline solid they are more compact than any of the others

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    thank you:)

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    can you help with more? @Notamathgenius

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    YW and sorry i was in my own question and I can

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    Which of the following factors does not affect the behavior of a gas in a closed container the number of particles the average kinetic energy the cohesive forces within in gas the size of the container

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    Its either the Second or fourth one I am not totally sure

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    ok thanks:)

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    One more Question?

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    No problem and sure

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    During an experiment you find that you can dissolve 3.6 g of substance 300mL water at 25c how much substance would you predict could dissolve 600mL at the same temperature of 25c 1.8g 3.6g 7.2g 5.4g

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    300 is half of 600 so 300 x2 and 3.6g x2

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    thank you so much:)

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    YW!!!!

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