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Both the liquid state and the gaseous state are two out of the three states of matter. Matter simply means anything that has weight and occupies space. There are so many things that can be used to differentiate between the liquid state and gaseous state. An example of material in the liquid state is water, and an example of material in the gaseous state is air. One of the characteristics of a liquid is that, it has a fixed volume. When you pour any liquid into a container, they liquid will fill up the container with respect to its volume, while gas does not have a fixed volume because it moves in a random motion.

The intermolecular force of attraction between a liquid is very much higher than the one that exists between a gas. And this is the reason why water molecules are held together, while gas particles are loosely held. Liquids flow in a definite motion, while gases move in a random motion. And more importantly, you can't compare the weight of a liquid to a gas.

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There are parts of a car that can freeze on an icy and cold day. You may try to start your car and the engine just turns over and over again. The liquids in the car may freeze. Therefore, you need some sort of coolant or antifreeze, but that depends on what you are trying to accomplish. There are differences between these two things including the use of them.

If you are wanting to push the heat away from the engine because your engine might overheat in trying to make the liquids not freeze, then you will use coolant. Antifreeze lowers the freezing point of the liquids in the cars. They are also made with different things. Antifreeze is made with ethylene glycol, and coolant is made with half of the antifreeze and the other half is water.

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The correct answer is option D
A patient experiencing fluid shift to third is most likely going to demonstrate signs of hypovolemia.

Third spacing commonly occurs when fluid leaves the intravascular compartment and stays in the interstitial space (third space) instead of moving into the extravascular compartment.

Accumulation of fluid in the third space render the fluid “useless” to the body and decrease the total amount of fluid available for circulation.

This causes conditions such as edema, hypotention and low cardiac output to occur.
Hypertension, bradycardia and hypervolemia are not features demonstrated in patients experiencing fluid shift to the third space.

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A liquid is one of the four states of matter. The other three are solids, gases, and plasma. Liquids flow, and they don't have a shape. With no shape, they take shape into the container it is in. For instance, if one pours wine into a wine glass, the wine will shape to fit the glass.

If one pours water into a pitcher, the water will take the shape of the pitcher. Compared to solids, the liquid is weaker. This weakness is why the liquid particles are further apart. When liquids are frozen, they become solids, and when they reach a high boiling point, they become gases.

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A is the answer to this question. This is a condition that occurs when the lungs are unable to remove the carbon dioxide that is produced by the body. It is a known fact that carbon dioxide is produced by humans so that plants can provide oxygen.

The patient is unable to get rid of the carbon dioxide in the system which means that the pH level of the blood and the different body fluids may start to decrease and become more acidic. Those who have this condition may start to exhibit some signs of confusion and may also suffer from extreme headaches and anxiety for unknown reasons. There are different treatments that are available for this type of condition.

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A fluorescent dye is used for aiding inspection of parts. It helps reveal faults. The liquid penetrant is left on the surface for a sufficient time to allow the liquid to seep into any surface openings or defects. It is important to use this to detect defects that may compromise the integrity or quality of the part being inspected.

Since the fluorescent dye is applied to the whole surface any of the options given in this question may result in seeing the fluorescent result under a black light. This process is called Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection (FPI). This inspection process is low cost and robust and thereofre used widely in various scientific situations. The dye is harmless for the part being tested.

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Solid and liquid are both states of matter, where along with gas, they occupy space. At first glance, it can be easily noticed that stable has a definite shape while liquid has none. Liquid only follows the shape of its sturdy container. The atoms of solids are closer with each other that help in forming their way while the liquids’ particles are slightly farther from each other.

The close bond of the particles in solids makes them be easily compressed than liquids. You cannot use solids as solvents as they cannot dissolve a substance, unlike liquids. Solutes are usually solids as they can quickly be terminated by the right amount and type of cash.

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There are 2 hydrogen atoms in water.

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D: No one single property determines if a material will or will not be a good penetrant

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