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A substance placed in a container has a fixed volume and takes up the shape of the container. In which state does this substance exist?

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    Wouldn't that be a liquid? A solid doesn't take the shape of the container ad a gas doesn't have a fixed volume.

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    Gas

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    A substance placed in a container has a fixed volume and takes up the shape of the container. In which state does this substance exist?

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    A substance placed in a container has a fixed volume and takes up the shape of the container. In which state does this substance exist?

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