Just looking at a formula it is difficult to determine – although the molecular mass may give some clues.
Additionally, to determine the phase state of a compound we need to know the conditions of temperature and pressure. Further, “aqueous” in the list usually refers to being in a water solution. A compound may or may not have much solubility in water, but that is a different consideration from the physical phase of the pure compound.
Using “Normal” temperature (20’C) and pressure (1 atm)
At elevated pressure