A rubber band changes its shape when streched.can it be regarded as solids

rmadan05
Asked May 25, 2010
Yes. It may change it's shape, but it's molecules do not move to fill a space. Water poured into the bottom of a cup will cover only the bottom. A rubberband in a cup will stretch to the outsides.
kidarias01
Answered Dec 22, 2010
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Maydi
Answered Dec 05, 2013
Although rubber bands seem to never lose their shape or elasticity, you can shrink them by applying heat. Most solid materials expand when they heat up, but rubber bands shrink because the heat makes the rubber molecules move around and lose alignment, http://www.playgroundmats.co.uk/
Gymfloor02
Answered May 12, 2014

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