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Describe Simple Experiments to Prove that Liquids Have a Definite Volume - Chemistry

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Describe simple experiments to prove that liquids have a definite volume

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have a definite volume

Experiment: A liquid in a measuring cylinder can be poured into any container. The volume of liquid in the container is the same as that in the measuring cylinder.

Observation: The volume of liquid in the container, is the same as that in the measuring cylinder. Hence, all liquids have a definite volume.

Concept: States of Matter - The Solid State
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