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There are states of matter.
These are solids, and gases.
In a solid the particles are packed together in a regular with a fixed shape.
Solids have definite shape, definite , difficult to compress and cannot flow.
In a liquid the particles have no regular arrangement so they can but they are still quite closely packed together.
Liquids have a definite volume, no definite shape, hard to and can flow.
Gas particles are very far with no regular arrangement and moving in random .
Gases have no definite shape, no definite volume, easy to compress and take the shape of their .