States of Matter

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  • If the thermal energy is much greater than the forces of attraction, then we have matter in its gaseous state.
  • If the forces of attraction greater than the thermal energy, we have the matter in a liquid state.
  • If the forces of attraction much greater than the thermal energy and the position of the molecules remain fixed, we have the matter in a liquid state.

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