why are solids rigid ?

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To answer our asked question why are solids rigid ?

The states of any matter can be classified on the basis of intermolecular forces , On the basis of intermolecular forces of matter , solid is a type of matter. The solid is differ from other matter on basis of packaging of molecules.

In the solids , the constituent particles like atom ,molecule, ions are remain fixed , means they can’t move freely like other states of matter. But due to strong attraction force which is working between particles of matter / solid , they can oscillate on their own position. means they can oscillate only but can not move freely or can’t move from one place to another in the solids .

Because the solids have closely packed arrangement of constituent particles like atom ,molecule, ions , they are rigid in nature.

In short we can say solids particles have fixed or non movable arrangement of constituent particles , they are not free to move , they can only oscillate on their own position due to some force , because of these properties of solids are called rigid.

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