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In solids the individual particles are held tightly in some arrangement

In liquids the particles are held to each other but allowed to break the weak liquid bonds.

In gases the particles are allowed to move freely, and interact with each other when they contact.

How does this sort of thought describe plasma?

Mmm, no. —Stephen 00:03, 10 December 2006 (UTC)
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