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IN which state is matter usually the most dense?

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Question by Spasm
Submitted on 8/17/2003
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IN which state is matter usually the most dense?



Answer by kill ya
Submitted on 9/10/2004
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Well, density is the amount of mass in a certain volume of a substance. Another definition is the loss in weight an object seems to undergo when placed in liquids, as compared to its weight in air. Solids are everyday things like pencils and stuff and liquids could be used as oil or anything so i wouldn't really know how were supposed to compare a liquid density to density so my guess is that its gasses because gases are light than water which has a density of 1.

 

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