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RED LIQUID POURED OUT OF BEAKER (2 of 2)<br />
Liquids Are Fluid, They Can Flow & Change Shape<br />
Molecular forces in a liquid are stronger than in a gas. Properties of a liquid are that it assumes the shape of part of its container, flows easily, but is not easily compressible (has a fixed volume).

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RED LIQUID POURED OUT OF BEAKER (2 of 2)
Liquids Are Fluid, They Can Flow & Change Shape
Molecular forces in a liquid are stronger than in a gas. Properties of a liquid are that it assumes the shape of part of its container, flows easily, but is not easily compressible (has a fixed volume).

Copyright:© 2010 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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