What is the Difference of or the Structure of a GAS PLANET AND AN ICE GIANT Why they called ICE GIANTS like Neptune and Uranus. Do they have a similarity ?
Gas Giants consist primarily of the gases hydrogen and helium, with a rocky/iron core.
The interiors of Ice Giants consist primarily of what astronomers call 'Ices'. These are compounds like water, methane and ammonia, and are so-named presumably because they are solid at cold (-200 C) temperatures, unlike hydrogen and helium, which remain gaseous up until very close to Absolute Zero.
Hydrogen and helium are very light, and it only takes a small amount of heat energy to make them fast enough to escape the gravitational field of most planets. Jupiter and Saturn are the only planets heavy enough to retain a significant fraction of hydrogen and helium (though the atmospheres of ice giants Uranus and Neptune consist mainly of hydrogen and helium, it's mainly ices further down).