Solid, Liquid, and Gas
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This is a solid
And this is a liquid that I am standing on
And this is a gas
The difference between Solids, Liquids and Gas is that a solid is something that can not fall apart by its self and how a solid does that is the particles are really tight and close together.
And the difference with a liquid is a liquid can pretty much mold around everything and the particles in a liquid are very loose and not close together.
And the difference with a gas is that a gas is not always visible to the naked eye and gas can also mold to anything but a gas is very light pretty much wieghtless so that means just like a liquid the gas particles are very far apart.
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