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Which of the following best describes the particles in potato chips and lemonade?

The particles are able to flow in both.
The particles are locked in position in both.
The particles are locked in position in lemonade and able to flow in potato chips.
The particles are locked in position in potato chips and able to flow in lemonade.

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    I would go with the last choice.

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