60 Examples of Liquids and Gaseous

A product or liquid substance It is the one that occurs in that state of aggregation (liquid). Among other factors, each state of aggregation (solid, liquid, gas, plasma) is characterized by the type of cohesion (force that holds the particles together) between its particles, since each state has a different magnitude of this force. For instance: formaldehyde, water, vinegar.

In the case of liquid state, the molecules have some freedom from each other. They move and collide, sliding from one side to the other. The molecules move with each other but remain relatively close to each other.

Examples of liquids

  1. Ethyl alcohol
  2. Kerosene
  3. Glycerin
  4. Acetone
  5. Formol
  6. Water
  7. Chloroform
  8. Vinegar
  9. Liquid crystal
  10. Edible oil
  11. Sunflower oil
  12. Coconut oil
  13. Almonds oil
  14. Edible oils blend
  15. Fruit juices
  16. Walnut oil
  17. Sodium chloride solution
  18. Cerebrospinal fluid
  19. Toluene
  20. methanol
  21. Sulfuric acid
  22. Phosphoric acid
  23. Hydrochloric acid solution
  24. Benzene
  25. Saliva
  26. Molten metal
  27. Petroleum
  28. Milk
  29. Mercury
  30. Drinks


At gaseous state, the molecules are not close to each other. On the contrary, they maintain distance between them. This produces that the gaseous material does not have a defined shape or volume, and has the volume and shape of the container that contains it. For instance: oxygen, ammonia, helium.

In this state of aggregation the movement of molecules it is faster in climates with warm temperatures. On the other hand, the degree of cohesion will depend on the temperature and pressure to which matter is subjected in any of its three states: liquid, gaseous and solid. Although in general, cohesion is greater in solids than in liquids, and in both it is greater than in gases.

Examples of sodas

  1. Air
  2. Water steam
  3. Oxygen
  4. Natural gas
  5. Gas bubbles that form when a fizzy drink is poured
  6. Carbon monoxide
  7. Carbonic gas
  8. Propane
  9. Butane
  10. Freon
  11. Ozone
  12. Methane
  13. Ammonia
  14. Acetylene
  15. The gases used in the refrigeration of refrigerators and air conditioners
  16. Carbon dioxide in carbonated drinks
  17. Tear gas
  18. Biogas
  19. Hydrogen
  20. Nitrogen in the gaseous state
  21. Hydrogen sulfide gas
  22. Helium
  23. Argon
  24. Dichlor
  25. Neon
  26. Krypton
  27. Xenon
  28. Sprays (deodorants, sprays to disinfect environments, etc)