Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary EducationSSLC (English Medium) (5 to 8) Class 8

Identify the state of matter based on the arrangement of the molecules. - Science

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Identify the state of matter based on the arrangement of the molecules.

Options

  • A - Gas, B - Solid, C - Liquid

  • A - Liquid, B - Solid, C - Gas

  • A - Gas, B - Solid, C - Liquid

  • A - Liquid, B - Gas, C - Solid

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Solution

A - Gas, B - Solid, C - Liquid

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Chapter 9: Matter around us - Exercises [Page 102]

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Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi Class 8th Science Answers Guide
Chapter 9 Matter around us
Exercises | Q I. 9. | Page 102

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