Yes. This is so obvious. U took 50 ml liquid. Now, we have the volume of the liquid 50 ml. When u transfer the liquid into one container the shape of the liquid will change but volume will obviously remain the same. This is because liquids have enough intermolecular forces between their particles to keep themselves intact without causing a change in the volume. But this is not the case with gases. Volume of gases changes in accordance to the container it is stored. The more wider and bigger the container the more will the particles of gases spread thus changing their volume. But this is not the case with liquids.
E.g. U take 50 ml of the liquid in a beaker then transfer it to a plate. Does the volume change?? Well no.
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