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Which of the following is TRUE regarding solids and liquids?
Liquids do not hold a fixed shape like solids do because the intermolecular forces between liquid molecules are less than those between solid molecules.
A collection of molecules can only change from a solid to a liquid or a liquid to a solid by a change in temperature.
By manipulating the pressure on solids and liquids, it is possible to have two substances exist in the solid phase at a temperature higher than their melting points.
The molar volume of a liquid will always be much greater than that of a solid because the liquid particles have enough energy to escape intermolecular attractions and not be held to a fixed shape.