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Explain the rigidity and intermolecular forces of the three states of matter.
Intermolecular forces are forces of attraction or repulsion that arise between the molecules of a substance.
Rigidity is the property of matter which helps it to retain its shape when force is applied to it.
We know that the three states of matter are: Solid, Liquid, and Gas.
|Intermolecular forces||Strong||Less strong||Weak|
|Intermolecular spaces ||Minimum ||More than solids ||Maximum |
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