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Solid, liquid and gaseous water are all present at very low

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Solid, liquid and gaseous water are all present at very low pressure near 0°C.
How do the distances between the molecules in the three states compare under these

A. The distances are equal in all three states.
B. Distances are similar in the solid and liquid, which are smaller than that in the
C. Distances are smallest in the solid, and similar in the liquid and gas.
D. Distances are smallest in the liquid, and similiar in the solid and the gas.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
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Expert:  Family Physician replied 5 years ago.
The distances between molecules increases as substance changes from solid, to liquid and then to a gas. The difference is greatest between the liquid and gas states.

The best answer would therefore be B
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