The state of matter characterized by its non-condensed nature and ability to flow. Unlike liquids, molecules within a gas remain far apart from each other and show little interaction with other molecules. Unlike solids, gases do not have fixed shapes and take the shape of their container (as do liquids). Compare with liquid and solid.

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