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 »

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 »

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 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 »

The key difference between a liquid and a gas is that the atoms or molecules in a gas are separated from each other and are not arranged in any particular order. The particles of a liquid are close together, even though ... More »