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# examples of three states of matter

Question:solid, liquid, gas, changing from 1 to all three.

Answers:Heat any solid high enough and you could see that.

Question:Hello. Well. I have a Science Test in.. about 65 hours. And I need help. What is the 3 states of matter? [ particle thoery ] Apparently we have went over this in class, but I can remember doing it. So. Help?

Answers:There are more than 3: Bose-Einstein Condensate (near absolute zero) Solid Liquid Gas Plasma In most human experience we only come in contact with solids,liquids and gasses. Plasma, is what you see if you look at the Sun. It is also common in industrial processes It is very funny the silly Yamster put your physics question in Geography. The Yamster is not very bright. But he thinks state always refers to the geographic entity.

Question:What are 3 examples where all 3 states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) are present together? One example would be a root beer float, because the icecream is a solid, the soda is a liquid and the bubbles and carbonation are a gas. What are 3 more examples where all three states of matter are present?

Answers:A cell. The protein that make it up are solid, the cytoplasm is liquid, and the oxygen dissolved is the gas. A soda bottle. The bottle is the solid, the soda is the liquid, and the bubbles are the gas. A mammal. The bones are the solid, the fluids are liquid, and the air in the lungs is the gas. Good Luck!

Question:what is the 4th state and what things are in the 4th state of matter? how many states of are there?

Answers:three classical state solid liquid gas the fourth state of matter? The fourth state of matter is plasma. Plasma is an ionized gas, a gas into which sufficient energy is provided to free electrons from atoms or molecules and to allow both species, ions and electrons, to coexist. In effect a plasma is a cloud of protons, neutrons and electrons where all the electrons have come loose from their respective molecules and atoms, giving the plasma the ability to act as a whole rather than as a bunch of atoms. Plasmas are the most common state of matter in the universe comprising more than 99% of our visible universe and most of that not visible. Plasma occurs naturally and makes up the stuff of our sun, the core of stars and occurs in quasars, x-ray beam emitting pulsars, and supernovas. On earth, plasma is naturally occurring in flames, lightning and the auroras. Most space plasmas have a very low density, for example the Solar Wind which averages only 10 particles per cubic-cm. Inter-particle collisions are unlikely - hence these plasmas are termed collisionless.