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How is a liquid fundamentally different from a gas? A. one is wet and one is dry B. one is hot and one is cold C. one flows and one does not flow D. one's atomic particles are moving faster than the other's
A liquid is fundamentally different from a gas in that one's atomic particles are moving faster than the other's.
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A liquid is fundamentally different from a gas in that one's atomic particles are moving faster than the other's.
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