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  Question 13 of 37   Physical Behavior of Matter
This question may require the use of the Chemistry Reference Tables or the Periodic Table of Elements.

Under the same conditions of temperature and pressure, a liquid differs from a gas because the particles of the liquid


 1.  are in constant straight-line motion

 2.  take the shape of the container they occupy

 3.  have no regular arrangement

 4.  have stronger forces of attraction between them

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