why do liquids flow ? Explain .
LIQUIDS HAVE NO FIXED SHAPE,NO FIXED VOLUME ,THE SPACE IN BETWEEN THE CONSTITUENT PARTICLES AND KINETIC ENERGY OF THE PARTICLES ARE INTERMEDIATE,THER ARE NOT RIGID AND NOW COMING TO THE POINT-
BECAUSE OF THEIR MEDIATE AMOUNT OF SPACE BETWEEN THEIR PARTICLES AND BECAUSE OF THE LESS FORCE OF ATTRACTION ,LIQUIDS HAVE A TENDANCY TO FLOW.THAT IS THEY HAVE FLUIDITY.
In a liquid, the bonds are only created by ends of molecules being partially charged. These may be polar bonds when one end has a permanent charge due to an atom having a greater attraction for electrons. The uneven charge distribution creates bonds when ends of molecules with different charges attract each other.
A liquids resistance to flow is known as the liquids viscosity. Honey has a high viscosity. Water has a lower viscosity. The slower liquid flows, the higher viscosity is. The viscosity results from the strength of the attraction between the particles of the liquid. For many liquids, viscosity increases as the liquid becomes colder