This was a national science quiz question:
What's the smallest amount of molecules for water to have the properties of a fluid.
a)1 molecule
b)2 molecules
c)6 molecules
What's the answer and why?
You say it yourself. It's a mathematical abstraction... in other words not to be confused with physical reality.
Do note that I don't know anything about the fluid particle you're talking about.
Well if we stay at Newtons theory then the answer is clearly No.
F = m * a --> a = F/m if m = 0 we will divide by zero which isn't aloud.
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