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Compared with gases, liquids: A. have stronger intermolecular attractions. B. have more space between their particles. C. are much less dense. D. are more easily compressed.

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  1. Rushwr
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    The answer is A

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    thank you!

  3. Rushwr
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    That is why they stay as liquid if they had less strong inter molecular forces they will also act as gas. Taking the remaining statements gases are the ones who are having more space between molecules gases are less dense because the volume they take is the volume of the container. Since gases are having spaces between the molecules they can be easily compressed.

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