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Overview of the States (Phases) of Matter - Physics - About.com
Learn about the various states of matter and the physical laws that govern them, such as phase transitions.
Plasma Definition and Early History - Physics - About.com
Definition: Plasma is a distinct phase of matter, separate from the traditional solids, liquids, and ... What Is the Difference Between a Phase and State of Matter ?
Matter - definition of matter - Physics - About.com
Matter has many definitions, but the most common is that it is any substance which ... "objects" in the traditional sense, as they cannot exist in a stationary state.
States of Matter: Solid, Liquid, Gas & Plasma - Chemistry - About.com
Matter occurs in four states: solids, liquids, gases, and plasma. Often the state of matter of a substance may be changed by adding or removing heat energy from ...
State of Matter Definition - Chemistry Glossary - About.com
State of Matter definition, as used in chemistry, chemical engineering, and physics.
What Is the Difference Between a Phase and State of Matter?
Matter is anything that has mass and occupies space. States of matter are the physical form taken by the phases of matter. Although the state and phase don't ...
List 10 Types of Solids, Liquids, and Gases - Chemistry - About.com
Naming examples of solids, liquids, and gases is a common homework assignment because it makes you think about phase changes and the states of matter.
List of Phase Changes of Matter - Chemistry - About.com
This is a list of the phase changes between states of matter, with examples of the transitions.
What Is the State of Matter of Fire or Flame? - Chemistry - About.com
Answer: The ancient Greeks and alchemists thought that fire was an element. They also considered earth, air, and water to be elements. However, the modern  ...
Phase Diagram Quiz - Test Your Knowledge of States of Matter and ...
A phase diagram is a useful tool to determine the state of matter of a substance or predict the phase changes that will occur when changing pressure and/or ...
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