Table of Contents

- 1 Does solid have a definite volume?
- 2 Do solids have a definite volume yes or no?
- 3 Has definite volume and can flow?
- 4 What is the formula for volume of solid?
- 5 What is a definite volume?
- 6 What is definite shape?
- 7 How is the volume of a solid object determined?
- 8 Which is the best definition of solid volume?

## Does solid have a definite volume?

A solid has a definite shape and a definite volume. The particles that make up a solid are packed very closely together. Each particle is tightly fixed in one position and can only vibrate in place. In many solids, the particles form a regular, repeating pattern that creates crystals.

## Do solids have a definite volume yes or no?

Matter is made of small particles of atoms or molecules. There are three common states of matter, solid, liquid and gas. A gas and a liquid will change shape to fit the shape of their container….Liquids Solids and Gases:

Definite shape | definite volume | |
---|---|---|

solid | yes | yes |

liquid | no | yes |

gas | no | no |

**Why do solids have definite shape and definite volume?**

(a) Solids have definite shape and definite volume because the molecules in solid are closely packed and in fixed positions. The molecules can move around and the forces of attraction between molecules is less as compared to solids, so the liquid takes the shape of the container and volume is definite.

**Does everything have a definite volume?**

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.

### Has definite volume and can flow?

solid: Has a definite shape and volume. liquid: Has a definite volume, but take the shape of the container. gas: Has no definite shape or volume. change of state: When matter is converted from one of the three states (example: solid, liquid, or gas) to another state.

### What is the formula for volume of solid?

Use multiplication (V = l x w x h) to find the volume of a solid figure.

**What has definite volume but no definite 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.

**What is solid volume?**

The volume of a solid is the measure of how much space an object takes up. It is measured by the number of unit cubes it takes to fill up the solid. Counting the unit cubes in the solid, we have 30 unit cubes, so the volume is: 2 units⋅3 units⋅5 units = 30 cubic units.

## What is a definite volume?

Definite (for both shape and volume) means that the container makes no difference whatsoever. If 5-liters of liquid water is poured into a 10-liter container, the liquid would occupy 5-liters of the container and the other 5-liters would be empty.

## What is definite shape?

solid: Has a definite shape and volume. liquid: Has a definite volume, but take the shape of the container. gas: Has no definite shape or volume.

**What is definite volume?**

**What are 2 ways to measure volume?**

Different Ways to Find Volume

- Solve for Volume by Space. All physical objects occupy space, and you can find the volume for some of them by measuring their physical dimensions.
- Solve for Volume by Density and Mass. Density is defined as an object’s mass per a given unit of volume.
- Solve for Volume by Displacement.

### How is the volume of a solid object determined?

Solid volume is “the amount of space occupied by a solid object”. The volume of solid is expressed as cubic units. The method to determine the volume of a solid object depends on the shape of the objects. Volume of a solid object with a regular geometric shape can be determined by using the general volume formula.

### Which is the best definition of solid volume?

Solid volume is “the amount of space occupied by a solid object”. The volume of solid is expressed as cubic units.

**Why does a solid have a definite shape?**

When the structure is rigid, molecules are less “willing” to stretch and contract away from and towards each other, so they’re harder to convince to separate and change shape, as they “listen” to their neighboring molecules more than external forces. Apply a big enough force, though, and you can redefine its shape, making it change form.

**Do you think solids have a definite mass?**

Solids do have definite volume, as it is always the same shape anywhere, even in space, but not the same mass, as 1 pound on earth is a lot less on the moon. Hope this helps a bit. ”’Oops”’, there is a slight mistake in the above answer – a very common mistake among students of basic physics. Mass and weight are not the same thing.