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Which explanation best compares the movement of particles in the three states of matter? Particles in a gas can only vibrate. In a solid, they slide against each other. In a liquid, they move freely, bouncing and bumping into each other. Particles in a solid can only vibrate. In a liquid, they slide against each other. In a gas, they move freely, bouncing and bumping into each other. Particles in a liquid can only vibrate. In a gas, they slide against each other. In a solid, they move freely, bouncing and bumping into each other.

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