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2016-04-29T20:02:20+05:30
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2 LIQUID
3 SOLID
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liquid molecules are tightly packed but less than solid so they can be compressed more than solids
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and what about solid
and solids can not be compressed because they do not have much intermolecular spaces
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2016-04-29T21:10:57+05:30
The matter in increasing order of their their compression ability are : 
1. Gaseous State ⇒ The gas have more amount of inter molecular space and even the force of attraction is less and the most important thing is that they are loosely packed.
2. Liquid state ⇒ The liquids have little less amount of inter molecular space when compared to gas, the force of attraction is less when compared to gas and even they are bit tightly packed when compared to gas. 
3. Solid state ⇒ The solids have very little less amount of inter molecular space, the force of attraction is more when compared to gas and liquid and even they are totally tightly packed when compared to gas and liquid. 
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