liquid changes shape but doesn't change volume
A gas can change shape but it doesn't change volume, a liquid also changes shape but doesn't change volume.
Changes in the states of matter - or phase changes - do entail changes in volume.
No, the mass and volume stay the same but the shape changes. Changes in state never change it's mass but if it changes to gas, the volume is unmeasurable.
If mass or volume is changed, the density (mass per volume) will also change.
A triangle is a two-dimensional figure. It cannot have volume.
if all 3 dimensions increase b factor of 7 then volume changes by 7 cubed or a factor of 343
Because any one measurement of a gas depends on the other two. -- If you keep the pressure of a gas constant and change its temperature, the volume changes. -- If you keep the pressure of a gas constant and change its volume, the temperature changes. -- If you keep the temperature of a gas constant and change its pressure, the volume changes. -- If you keep the temperature of a gas constant and change its volume, the pressure changes. -- If you keep the volume of a gas constant and change its temperature, the pressure changes. -- If you keep the volume of a gas constant and change its pressure, the temperature changes.
It turns out that gasses are the easiest form of matter to change volume. Gasses can change their volume when their temperature or the pressure on them changes.
Gases do that.
it changes because it loves god
Density = mass / volume. So if the volume changes, the density will obviously also change.
Changes in volume, temperature or pressure are PHYSICAL changes, not chemical.
Molarity of a solution depends upon volume of solution, the change in temperature changes the volume so molarity changes.
Volume ChangesThe volume of any solid, liquid, or gas will change with changes in temperature.
Mass, volume, and density.
That change is known to be a change of state. Gas becomes liquid. If gas is taken out we can change the volume at constant temperature and pressure conditions. That is mass changes hence volume changes keeping the density constant.
The volume changes approximately 725 times
Solid and liquid change in shape (Liquid in the most), but they also can change in volume, solid at least.