Do Liquids Have Definite Volume?


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Liquids cannot be compressed by a force. As liquids are incompressible so, liquids have definite volume. Liquid has also a definite density because its volume is fixed.

Density = mass/ volume

The volume and density of the solids are also constant. On the other hand, the density and volume of the gases are based on the shape of the container containing gas. Moreover, the shape of the liquid depends on the shape of container.

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