In which state of matter do the particles spread apart and fill all the space available to them?


The gaseous state of matter is the state of matter that particles are spread apart and fill up all of the space available to them.
The correct answer is c) gas.

In gases, in fact, particles are not bound together (and the intermolecular forces between them are negligible) and they are completely free to move. For this reason, when a gas is put in a container, the particles of the gas will move in every possible direction, filling all the space available in the container (for this reason, we also say that gases have no fixed shape).
It is for sure C: Gas
I would say c-gas because they float around and spread
Gas, as the particles have the most energy, and thus move the most.

It would be gas. Easy science

Answer choice C. Gas is your answer

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