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what are the 12 examples of liquid items pf matter?

gasoline, mineral oil, water, mercury, liquid sodium in a nuclear reactor...and so on.

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    I am suppose to write different examples of plasma, liquid, gas ,and solid and so far I got that water is a liquid and I put you can change the volume or the shape.

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