Difference between revisions of "Liquid"

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A liquid is a form of state where the atoms flow quite slowly around.A liquid can change state using certain methods like; boiling, freezing.  An example of a [[liquid]] is [[water]], which was turned into [[wine]] by Jesus.
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'''Liquid''' is the state of [[matter]] in which the consituent [[molecule]]s are not constrained in their relative location to each other, but take up a fixed volume.
  
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[[Water]] is a well known liquid at room [[temperature]] and [[pressure]].
  
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Revision as of 20:14, 27 April 2007

Liquid is the state of matter in which the consituent molecules are not constrained in their relative location to each other, but take up a fixed volume.

Water is a well known liquid at room temperature and pressure.