A state of matterAnything that occupies space and has mass; contrasted with energy. similar to a liquidA state of matter in which the atomic-scale particles remain close together but are able to change their positions so that the matter takes the shape of its container but which contains some ordered regions more typical of a solidA state of matter having a specific shape and volume and in which the particles do not readily change their relative positions..
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