States of Matter
Matter exists in three main states, namely solid, liquid and gas.
Solids have fixed shape and volume. They cannot be poured.
Liquids have fixed or constant volumes but they assume the shape of the container. They can be poured.
Gases have no fixed shape, but always occupy the shape of the container. They can be poured.
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