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What are the differences in densities of the 3 states of matter?

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Jun 5, 2018

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Well, the densities of the condensed phases, solids, and liquids, are more or less constant...

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...and not subject to change. The condensed phases are largely incompressible. On the other hand, the density of the gaseous phase is highly variable...and is a state function of temperature, pressure, volume, and amount of gas... And gaseous phases should have an intrinsically low density in comparison to solid and liquid phases...

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