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## What do solids have a definite shape?

(a) Solids have definite shape and definite volume because the molecules in solid are closely packed and in fixed positions. The molecules can vibrate but do not move around which keeps the shape and volume definite.

## Why do solids have definite shape but liquids do not?

When kinetic energy is low intermolecular forces are strong the matter has definite shape. When the kinetic energy is appreciable the intermolecular forces are same but the molecules lie within the range of these forces. hence the molecules are not able to create definite shaped lattice. They flow like liquids.

## Is solid a definite shape?

Solids have a definite shape and volume. Liquids have a definite volume, but take the shape of the container. Gases have no definite shape or volume.

## Why solid matter has definite shape and volume but gas does not?

They are held tightly together by strong forces of attraction. They are held in fixed positions but they do vibrate. Because the particles don’t move, solids have a definite shape and volume, and can’t flow. Because the particles are already packed closely together, solids can’t easily be compressed.

## Is Solid has no definite shape and weight?

Some substances exist as gases at room temperature (oxygen and carbon dioxide), while others, like water and mercury metal, exist as liquids. A solid has definite volume and shape, a liquid has a definite volume but no definite shape, and a gas has neither a definite volume nor shape. Figure 3.3.

## What has a definite size but no shape?

A solid has definite volume and shape, a liquid has a definite volume but no definite shape, and a gas has neither a definite volume nor shape.

## Does water have a definite size?

Water, coke, shakes, oil are examples of liquid. It has no shape or size of its own. It takes the shape of its container and occupies the space given to it.

## Why liquid has no fixed shape?

In a liquid, the particles are still in close contact, so liquids have a definite volume. However, because the particles can move about each other rather freely, a liquid has no definite shape and takes a shape dictated by its container.

## Why do solid have fixed shape and size?

Solids have a fixed shape and a fixed size. The particles are very close together and held in place by strong forces (bonds). Their particles cannot move around, but they do vibrate. Because the particles cannot move around, a solid has a fixed shape.

## What shape does not follow a definite pattern?

lacking definite form; having no specific shape; formless: the amorphous clouds. of no particular kind or character; indeterminate; having no pattern or structure; unorganized: an amorphous style; an amorphous personality.

## How can we show that liquid do not have fixed shape?

Liquids have a fixed volume but no fixed shape because liquid particles are not so tightly constrained and have spaces in between them and are free to move compared to solids. Liquids do not have a fixed shape, but rather, they take the shape of the container in which it is placed…..

## Do liquids have a fixed temperature?

The volume of a quantity of liquid is fixed by its temperature and pressure. Liquids generally expand when heated, and contract when cooled. Water between 0 °C and 4 °C is a notable exception. On the other hand, liquids have little compressibility.

## Do liquids take the shape of their container?

Liquids will flow and fill the lowest portion of a container, taking on the shape of the container but not changing in volume. The limited amount of space between particles means that liquids have only very limited compressibility.

## Can liquids be compressed?

flow and take the shape of their container, because their particles can move around each other. cannot be compressed, because their particles are close together and have no space to move into.

## Can liquid be compressed yes or no?

The answer is yes, You can compress water, or almost any material. However, it requires a great deal of pressure to accomplish a little compression. For that reason, liquids and solids are sometimes referred to as being incompressible.

## What Cannot be compressed?

Solids are held in fixed positions, they can only vibrate. Because the particles can not move, solids have a definite shape and volume, and can’t flow. Because the particles are already packed closely together, solids can’t easily be compressed.

## What happens to water when it is compressed?

“Compressing water customarily heats it. But under extreme compression, it is easier for dense water to enter its solid phase [ice] than maintain the more energetic liquid phase [water].” Ice is odd. Most things shrink when they get cold, and so they take up less space as solids than as liquids.

## Can everything be compressed?

Liquids and in fact all matter can be compressed if the force (gravity, for example) is sufficiently great. Liquids are not compressible as are gases because the liquid molecules are in contact one with another—so no change in volume with moderate changes in pressure. Liquids have little compressibility.

## Can matter be compressed infinitely?

Although general relativity says that there is no upper limit on how much you can compress matter, theories of quantum gravity might say that it cannot be compressed beyond the Planck density, which is around one Planck mass per Planck volume (Planck length cubed).

## What happens if a solid is compressed?

Solids will be compressed, resulting in lots of heat as this happens (with infinite pressure, and infinitely strong materials and thus force, the matter will give), until they reach a liquid state, gaseous state, or start losing electrons and ionizing, or just stays solid all the way up to Electron Degeneracy – it …

## Why can you compress a real gas indefinitely?

The atoms, ions, or molecules that make up the solid or liquid are very close together. There is no space between the individual particles, so they cannot pack together. Gases are compressible because most of the volume of a gas is composed of the large amounts of empty space between the gas particles.

## What happens if you compress something too much?

Too much compression can make your tracks distort. This distortion can sound cool on a rock mix, but most of the time you won’t want your mix to sound super compressed. To avoid over-compression but still keep your levels in check, automate the volume of your tracks.

## Should I compress or EQ first?

Each position, EQ pre (before) or EQ post (after) compression produces a distinctly different sound, a different tonal quality, and coloration. As a rule, using EQ in front of your compressor produces a warmer, rounder tone, while using EQ after your compressor produces a cleaner, clearer sound.

## Should I compress every track?

Absolutely. Compression is the best way to control dynamics and keep some instruments in check while making other elements of the mix tighter and more powerful. I compress each instrument, and I also use bus compression and parallel compression together.

## Should I put a limiter on every track?

Don’t focus on the loudness during arrangement, composition or mixing. And even in the mastering stage. A limiter on every track is just overkill. If you NEED to put more than one limiter in your project, add one to your busses.

## Why you shouldn’t use a limiter?

The very same thing that makes a limiter helpful, is what can actually ruin your mix. The reducing of the dynamic range really can change the sound of a mix, especially if you are still in the mixing phase, trying to develop your sound to begin with.

## Should you put a limiter on vocals?

If your vocal track is too dynamic, you wouldn’t want to put a limiter on it. The strong ratio of a limiter would squash your vocal too much, making it sound unnatural. The lower ratio of a compressor allows you to control the volume of the vocal in a way that the listener won’t even notice.

## Should I have a limiter on master?

You don’t NEED to use a limiter on the master channel. Just drop your levels in the mix and ensure you have lots of headroom. When mastering the track (which is different from mixing altogether), then you can apply EQ, Compression (often Opto) and then a brickwall limiter to ensure nothing gets past 0db.

2020-02-07