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  • one year ago

Whats are the definitions of solid, liquid, gas, and plasma.

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  1. anonymous
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    solid = definite shape, definite volume

  2. anonymous
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    liquid = indefinite shape, definite volume

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    gas = indefinite shape, indefinite volume

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    plasma = even more indefinite shape, even more indefinite volume

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    thank you @miitchie

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    de nada good luck!!

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    thank you @miitchie

  8. anonymous
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    @miitchie you speak portuguese?

  9. sweetburger
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    doesnt de nada also mean thankyou in spanish @Hoslos strange to assume Portuguese

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    de nada means you're welcome

  11. anonymous
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    @aaronq is right, it means 'you are welcome' and in portuguese that expression has the same meaning @sweetburger.

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