Subject: If something has mass, does that mean it also takes up space?
Date: Sat Oct 7 21:51:54 2000
Posted by Tineke Sexton
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Matter is usually defined as anything that has mass AND takes up space. I
am wondering if we can also say that matter is anything that has mass OR
takes up space. In other words, are there any exceptions? If something
has mass, does that mean it must also take up space, and if something takes
up space, does that mean it must also have m
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