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 Which of these contains the most tightly packed matter particles? (1 point)
A. tea
B. carbon dioxide
C. a milkshake
D. cardboard

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    depends. liquid Carbon dioxide, under pressure and at -50C, is the most dense of all those substances. At normal temps, and pressures, milkshake is most dense.

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