There are two states of matter that has no definite volume or shape. They are a gas and plasma. Solid matter has a definite shape and volume.
solid of course!
Carbon dioxide,milk,ice,and the ocean.
Answer. A solid, the other two states are amorphous
There are four "states" of matter; plasma, gas, liquid, and solid. The "solid" state has a definite shape.
matter with no definite shape or volume is fluid, or any substance that is able to flow.
A liquid has a definite size but no definite shape. In contrast, a solid has definite size and shape, and a gas has no definite size or shape.
gas and liquid
No, but it does have a definite volume.
liquid, gas, and plasma phases must be contained to remain in the same shape. Solid retains it's shape without containment.