Solid<br />Has definite shape<br />Has definite volume<br />Cannot be compressed appreciably by a moderate high pressure<br />Very slightly expansion during heating<br />High density<br />
Liquid<br />No definite shape (takes the shape of the container)<br />Has definite volume<br />Can be compressed (but only by a negligible amount) by a moderate amount.<br />Slight expansion during heating<br />Medium density<br />
Gas<br />No definite shape (takes the shape of the container)<br />Has no definite volume.<br />Can be compressed or expanded as pressure is increased or decrease. <br />Great expansion during heating<br />Low density<br />
Plasma<br />Consider as the fourth state of matter<br />“Ionized Gas ” makes up the 99% of all visible matter in the universe occurs only on lightning discharges and in artificial devices like fluorescent lamps.<br />
Condensate <br />This state of matter was first discovered by SatyendraNath Bose, who sent his work to Albert Einstein for comment. <br />Liquid-like that occurs at low temperatures in which all atoms occupy the same quantum state. In low-density systems, it occurs at or very near to absolute zero (0 K or −273.15 °C)<br />
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