Difference between revisions of "Solid"

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''Solid'' is the [[state of matter]], followed by [[gas]] and [[liquid]] in order of increasing [[elasticity]], in which the overall [[kinetic energy]] of the consituent [[atom|atoms]] is such that a certain degree of elasticity is present.
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'''Solid''' is the [[state of matter]], followed by [[gas]] and [[liquid]] in order of increasing [[elasticity]], in which the overall [[kinetic energy]] of the consituent [[atom|atoms]] is such that a certain degree of elasticity is present.

Revision as of 20:29, 13 April 2007

Solid is the state of matter, followed by gas and liquid in order of increasing elasticity, in which the overall kinetic energy of the consituent atoms is such that a certain degree of elasticity is present.