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Gases vs Liquids

cava s2d14 chem 303 1.15 Some Properties of Liquids

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A liquid takes the shape of its container but might not [...] the container. A liquid takes the shape of its container but might not fill the container.
Liquids are characterized by having a definite volume but no definite [...]. Liquids are characterized by having a definite volume but no definite shape.
Molecules are closer together in liquids than in gases but are not as [...]. Molecules are closer together in liquids than in gases but are not as mobile.
The phase depends on the interplay between [...] forces and kinetic energy. The phase depends on the interplay between intermolecular forces and kinetic energy.
The sparse spaces between liquid molecules allow them to [...]. The sparse spaces between liquid molecules allow them to flow.
The sparse spaces between liquid molecules make the molecules only slightly [-ble]. The sparse spaces between liquid molecules make the molecules only slightly compressible.
Intermolecular forces give liquids [...] tension. Intermolecular forces give liquids surface tension.
High-energy liquid molecules escape into [...] phase. High-energy liquid molecules escape into vapor (gas) phase.
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