23 February, 15:02
Explain the phases of matter.
23 February, 16:43
liquid, gas, solid, and plasma.
23 February, 16:58
Matter can exist in four phases (or states), solid, liquid, gas, and plasma, plus a few other extreme phases like critical fluids and degenerate gases. Generally, as a solid is heated (or as pressure decreases), it will change to a liquid form, and will eventually become a gas.
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