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Match the Arrangement of Atoms in the Three States of Matter in List I with the Correct State in List Ii. 1. Arrangement of Atoms is Far Apart, A: Solids - Chemistry

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Match the arrangement of atoms in the three states of matter in List I with the correct state in List II.

List I List II
1. Arrangement of atoms is far apart A: Solids
2. Force of attraction between atoms is very strong B: Liquids
3. Movement of atoms is in any random direction C: Gases
4. Particles diffuse very easily  
5. Particles show movement about their own position  
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Solution

List I List II
1. Arrangement of atoms is far apart C: Gases
2. Force of attraction between atoms is very strong A: Solids
3. Movement of atoms is in any random direction C: Gases
4. Particles diffuse very easily C: Gases
5. Particles show movement about their own position A: Solids
Concept: States of Matter
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