States of Matter

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States of Matter : 

States of Matter

Particles of Matter are always in motion : 

Particles of Matter are always in motion

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States of Matter

Particles in different states have different energy levels. : 

Particles in different states have different energy levels. Solid < Liquid < Gas

Solids have a fixed and rigid particle structure. : 

Solids have a fixed and rigid particle structure.

Solids have strong bonds. : 

Solids have strong bonds.

Liquids have definite volume but have no definite shape : 

Liquids have definite volume but have no definite shape

Liquids have weak bonds. : 

Liquids have weak bonds.

Gases have no definite volume and no definite shape : 

Gases have no definite volume and no definite shape

Gases have no bonds among different atoms and molecules. : 

Gases have no bonds among different atoms and molecules.

Matter changes state by adding or subtracting energy. : 

Matter changes state by adding or subtracting energy.

Changes of States of Matter : 

Changes of States of Matter /Freezing

Gases- Temperature determines volume : 

Gases- Temperature determines volume

Gases – Temperature determines pressure : 

Gases – Temperature determines pressure

Plasma: The 4th State of Matter : 

Plasma: The 4th State of Matter

Plasma is electrons (-) and positive ions (+) : 

Plasma is electrons (-) and positive ions (+)

Other states of matter:Einstein-Bose Condensate : 

Other states of matter:Einstein-Bose Condensate state of matter of a dilute gas of weakly interacting bosons confined in an external potential and cooled to temperatures very near to absolute zero (0 K, −273.15 °C, or −459.67 °F). Under such conditions, a large fraction of the bosons collapse into the lowest quantum state of the external potential, and all wave functions overlap each other, at which point quantum effects become apparent on a macroscopic scale.

Other states of matter:Quark-Gluon, Cluster, Beam : 

Other states of matter:Quark-Gluon, Cluster, Beam

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