How do you explain the five states of matter?

1 Answer
Oct 8, 2016

Answer:

Solids, liquids, plasma, gas, and Bose-Einstein condensates

Explanation:

Solids:
Definite shape and volume

Liquids:
Definite volume but not shape

Gas:
Neither definite shape nor volume

Plasma:
No definite shape or volume

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Above I have provided you with a link that will provide you with some more information on each sate of matter. When you go onto the site, under the heading for each state of matter is a small description of the matter and at the end of the description is a link that will give you even more information on just that state of matter.