Why Do Solids Have A Definite Volume?


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A solid has a definite volume because the atoms and molecules that they are composed of are arraigned in a structure where there are fairly strong bonds between them. Because of this a solid is reasonably in-impressible and will then have a definite volume.
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Vincent Davis answered
By definition solids have both weight and definite volume.

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