A liquid is a substance that has a constant volume but no permanent shape. As an adjective, it can be used to describe something with a smooth, flowing consistency. More »

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Liquid-liquid extraction offers many analytical benefits to scientists and chemists. It is used to extract a solute from another solution, often a binary one. This is completed through exposure to a second solvent that i... More »

There are no liquids that do not freeze. However, under certain conditions, it is possible to cool a liquid below its normal freezing point. Such a substance is called a supercooled liquid. More »

Sublimation is a phase change process in which a substance is taken directly from a solid to a gaseous state without becoming a liquid in between. One common example of sublimation is dry ice. More »

A nonvolatile liquid is defined as a substance that does not actively evaporate into a gas. An example of a nonvolatile substance is glycerol, or glycerine. More »

A substance that has a fixed volume but lacks a definite shape is called a liquid. Common examples of liquids include water, blood, vinegar, milk, coffee, mercury, bromine, rubbing alcohol, soda and orange juice. More »

Gallium is a liquid at 85.6 degrees Fahrenheit and expands as it freezes, according to Chemicool. The four other elements that expand when they freeze are silicon, bismuth, antimony and germanium. However, gallium is the... More »