States of Matter
Detail #1: the materials in these objects (quarter , cafeteria tray) are all in the solid state.
Detail #2: you can change the shape of copper wire by bending the wire.
Detail #3: almost all solids have some type of orderly arrangement of particles at the atomic level.
Detail #1: a liquid always has the same shape as its container and can be poured form one container to another.
Detail #2: mercury exists as a liquid at room temperature .
Detail #3: the mercury atoms are close together but their arrangements is more random than the arrangement of atoms in copper.
Detail #1: there is more space between two helium atoms in a balloon than between two neighboring atoms in solids copper or liquids mercury .
Detail #2: a gas takes the shape and volume of its container.
Detail #3: when helium flows from the cylinder into a balloon, the helium atoms spread out.
Detail #1: you can think of plasma as a gas containing two kinds of particles- nuclei and electrons.
Detail #2:scientist envision fusion reactors fueled by two hydrogen isotopes, deuterium and tritium.
Detail #3: at temperature this high (10,00,000), matter exists as plasma
💚BOSE EINSTEIN CONDENSATE
Detail #1: The Bose-Einstein state of matter was the only one created while your parents were alive.
Detail #2:The molecules get denser or packed closer together.
Detail #3:The BEC happens at super low temperatures.