Glass is sometimes called a supercooled liquid because it does not form a crystalline structure, but instead forms an amorphous solid that allows molecules in the material to continue to move. However, Scientific America... More »

Immiscible liquids are those that do not mix; these include oil and water, molten silver and lead, and pentane and acetic acid. When there is an attempt to mix two immiscible liquids, most of one floats on top of the oth... More »

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Water mixed with alcohol and water mixed with mint syrup are a couple examples of miscible liquids. A liquid is considered miscible if it can mix with another miscible liquid to form a homogeneous mixture. More »

Helium in its solid form has a crystalline structure and sharp melting point. It is the only element that cannot be solidified using low temperatures at ordinary pressures. It changes to solid form when compressed to a p... More »

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Amorphous solids are solids which do not have an crystalline structure. There is no particular order to the make up of these types of solids. When viewed under a microscope or when x-rayed, the molecules that make up the... More »

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An amorphous material is one that displays properties of both a solid and a liquid. Mayonnaise is an example of an amorphous substance, since it exhibits liquid properties but the molecules are so arranged that it can wi... More »

A crystalline liquid or solid has a crystal structure composed of a repeating unit cell, which is a particular arrangement of atoms. This repeating unit cell is also called the crystal lattice. More »