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Give Reasons: a Gas Can Fill the Whole Vessel in Which It is Enclosed. - Chemistry

Give reasons:

A gas can fill the whole vessel in which it is enclosed.

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Solution

Because, in gases, the molecules are free to move.
They are not stuck to each other and the intermolecular force of attraction is least in the gases. So the gas almost filled the whole vessel in which it is enclosed.

Concept: Change of State of the Matter on the Basis of Inter Particle Space and Inter Particle Attraction and Collision
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Selina Concise Chemistry Class 8 ICSE
Chapter 1 Matter
Exercise | Q 7.1 | Page 11
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