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y is it possible for a gas to take the shape of its container? A. Molecules of a gas are stationary. B. Molecules in a gas are shapeless. C. Molecules in a gas are much farther apart than in a liquid or solid and move around more freely. D. Molecules of a gas easily interact with one another.

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    C. Molecules in a gas are much farther apart than in a liquid or solid and move around more freely.

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