Why Do Solids Have a Definite Shape and Volume?


Solids have a definite shape and volume because they are strongly constructed. The atoms in it are firm and compact. An example of solids are tables, chairs, and books.
Q&A Related to "Why Do Solids Have a Definite Shape and Volume..."
Hi. Some solids such as crystals form along atomic bonds.
Solids are just that, solid, they can not move nor change, unless acted upon by an outside force. Therefore there will be no change of state and therefore the solid can be mathematically
Gravity pulls equally on all molecules in the container.
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