Why Does Gas Have Lower Density Than Liquids?

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The density of a substance is derived by dividing its mass by its volume. Gases have a lower density compared to liquids because their particles are more spaced out hence occupies more volume. Gases have no fixed shape or volume and will always spread out to fill any container.
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