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True or False. If you don't stir a liquid or a gas, then they are not moving. Explain

Question asked by: appuswathi

Asked on: 31 May 2010

This is false.

The atoms that make up a gas or a liquid are moving about all of the time and therefore they don't need to be stirred.

Of course you can make them move or disperse more by mixing them or stirring them but they move of their own accord anyway this is what identifies them as that particular state of matter I think.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 02 Jun 2010
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