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Questions about Liquids
Why do polar liquids evaporate slower than non polar liquids?
What are 5 liquids?
How are the volumes of solid liquids and gases different?
Are there compressible liquids?
Are solids liquids and gases compressible?
Why can't liquids be compressed?
Why are liquids measured in volume rather than mass?
What are some examples of solids liquids and gases for kids?
How do solids differ from liquids?
Do all liquids reflect light?
Why do we regard liquids and gases as fluids?
What are some examples of liquids that evaporate?
Does all liquids boil?
Can there be dry liquids?
Are all liquids wet?
Why do liquids have fixed volume but no fixed shape?
Are there any edible liquids that aren't water based?
Could you give me a list of the most compressible liquids?
Why do liquids have low melting point?
How do liquids change to gas?
Besides water, do liquids expand or contract when frozen?
What similarities do solids and liquids share?
What liquids have viscosity?
Why do immiscible liquids not mix together?
Why do some liquids evaporate faster than others?
What are some examples of liquids with low viscosity?
Why do liquids have different layers?
Why do less dense liquids float on water?
Which has more kinetic energy, solids or liquids?
Why do liquids and gases flow but solids do not?
Are there drinkable liquids besides water?
Why do not liquids exist at vacuum condition?
Why does convection occur in liquids?
Why are liquids not allowed on flights?
What burns faster, solids liquids or gases?
Why aren't liquids measured in grams?
Can you eat liquids?
What liquids would ice sink in?
What liquids float?
What are some examples of liquids turning into gas?
Why are gases and liquids normally insulators of heat?
What are the similarities between liquids and gases?
Is swallowing liquids more difficult than swallowing solids?
Why is diffusion faster in liquids than in gases?
Can the ideal gas equation be applied to liquids like water?
What makes liquids behave differently from solids?
Why are the relative densities of liquids similar to solids?
What does gases and liquids have in common?
Do all liquids have the same surface tension?
Is the property 'surface tension' only applied to liquids?