The Matter exists in four forms namely Solid, Liquid, Gas, and Plasma. Fluid cells have a precise volume but do not have a precise shape. It is not possible to store them without a container. Its cellular attraction is central and reflects the movement of Brownian cells. The fluid is constantly flowing from one level to another.
Gas molecules do not have the capacity and precise position. To store gas molecules, you need to have a sealed container. Their molecular attraction is very small compared to fluid and Solid molecules. These molecules flow in all directions and exhibit constant, random, and cellular movement. The table below gives the Differences between Liquid and Gas.
Main Differences between Gas and Liquid
The Gas has no fixed shape or size. However, it does include the shape of the container on which it is placed. On the other hand, a Liquid has a certain amount of volume, but it does not have a precise shape.
Gas power is very high. However, the strength of the Liquid is moderate.
The molecular arrangement of the Gas in the Gas is partially structured but structurally organised. That, in the case of a Liquid, the molecules are slowly organised.
The attraction between Gas molecules is small, and the same attraction is central to the Liquid matter.
Gas molecules move in a relaxed, motionless and random way. However, the Liquid molecules travel through the Brownian movement.
Gases need to be stored in a sealed container. However, in the case of Liquid, a container is required for the final purposes.
Gas has no fixed volume or shape. The Liquid, on the other hand, is a precise volume with no fixed form.
The Gas can be easily pressed. However, Liquids need energy to compress.
Gases flowed in almost every direction. However, the fluid flows from a high level to a low level.
The intermolecular space in the Gas case is large, and in the Liquid state, it is higher.
Gas noise speeds are very low in all three existing circuits. In the case of Liquids, however, it is faster than Gas but slower than solid.
More About the Topic
All you see around you is made up of matter, like air, water, plants, clothing, and more. Matter refers to the set of particles that has mass and occupies space. The three fundamental states of matter are known as solid, liquid, and gas. Due to the differences between their molecules, there are multiple states of matter.
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The primary difference between liquid and gas is:
Liquids (substances that exist in the liquid state) don’t have any fixed shape and occupy a fixed volume. They are slightly compressible and take the shape of their containers.
Gases (substances that exist in the gaseous state) don’t have any fixed shape and don’t occupy any fixed volume. Gas substances are highly compressible and occupy the shape of their containers.
Gas is a state of matter in which the matter diffuses freely in all directions. Matter fills up the entire space available to them irrespective of the quantity of the gas. Gases do not have any definite volume and hence fill up the entire space available. Intermolecular forces in the gases are very weak which makes it easy for the matter to move freely. The particles of the gases do not have any specific shape and size. It is important to note that there is no specific volume or shape of materials in the gaseous state. The whole container volume is occupied by the gas. Besides, gas is extremely compressible and is considered to exert finite pressure on container walls.
Physical Characteristics of Gases
Gases have high kinetic energy.
Intermolecular forces between the gaseous particles are negligible.
Gases take the shapes and volume of the container.
Gaseous molecules exert pressure in all directions.
The liquid is a state of matter in which the matter has a fixed volume and no definite shape. The liquid takes up the shape of the container in which it is placed. The particles in the case of the liquid are having a stronger intermolecular force than the gas particles. The liquid always has a minimum surface area because of surface tension.
Liquids flow because intermolecular forces are weak enough between molecules to allow the molecules to move relative to another. The forces between the neighbouring molecules are intermolecular forces.
Liquids have some gas and solid properties at the molecular level. Both liquid and gas are fluid, which means that the intermolecular forces allow the molecules to move. In both the gas and liquid phase, the material does not have any fixed shape and instead takes up the shape of the container in which it is kept.
Physical Characteristics of Liquid
Liquids have fixed volume but no fixed shape.
Liquids have their boiling points above room temperature, under normal conditions.
Liquids are almost incompressible. In liquids, molecules are pretty close to each other.
Questions and Answers
1. Can solid flow?
Solution: No, solids cannot flow as they have a rigid structure.
2. What is the composition of the gas we inhale?
Solution: In addition to oxygen, the air we breathe is made up of several other things! Just about 21 percent of air is made up of oxygen. The gas you breathe is known as nitrogen, about 78 percent. There are also very small amounts of other gases including argon, carbon dioxide, and methane.
The classification of letters depends on the different gravitational forces between the molecules of the building material. In gases, molecules are less organized; hence the attraction is low, and can easily be suppressed. But in the case of a liquid, the cells are relatively organized. The gravitational force between molecules is more than gas and therefore cannot be so easily pressed.