Do gases have high or low densities?

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Nov 15, 2016

Answer:

Gases typically have exceptionally low densities.

Explanation:

#"Density, "rho="Mass"/"Volume"#. It is well-known that a gas will uniformly occupy (i.e. expand to fill evenly) whatever volume is available to it.

On the other hand, solids and liquids, condensed phases, are high density materials where #rho# is relatively constant.