Chemistry
Grade-6
Easy

Question

Choose the statement that is incorrect:

  1. All substance are made of particles
  2. Matter contains particles
  3. Solids, liquids and gases are the three states of matter
  4. Some liquids do not contain particles

Hint:

All states of matter are made up of particles. Matters, substances, and particles are all interlinked.

The correct answer is: Some liquids do not contain particles


    • There are three states of matter: solids, liquids, and gases.
    • Particles are microscopic constituents of matter.
    • The substance is a pure form of matter.
    • All substances are made up of particles.

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