No bacteria are living organisms. The four states of matter are: solid, liquid, gas, and plasma.
energy is not considered a state of matter because it does not fall in to the qualifications of what matter is. matter is anything that has mass and takes up space and energy does not.
Yes, steam is matter. It's considered a liquid AND a gas. When it's more than one state of matter, it is considered being in a "colloidal state".
There are infact two! In general plasma is not considered a "conventional" state of matter. Another that may be considered "unconventional" is a state known as a Bose-Einstein condensate. For more information on the states of matter, please see the related question.
Yes, plasma is considered a state of matter.
Liquid and gas
yes because gas is matter everything on earth has matter so its considered a state of matter
There are only four states of matter: Liquid, solid, gas, and plasma. However, plasma is uncommon on Earth, so it is not considered a state a matter.
Yes bacteria is matter because everthing in the world is made of matter.
Bacteria is considered flora.Bacteria is considered flora.
That is called a plasma. A plasma is usually considered a separate state of matter, i.e., you might say that it is no longer a gas.That is called a plasma. A plasma is usually considered a separate state of matter, i.e., you might say that it is no longer a gas.That is called a plasma. A plasma is usually considered a separate state of matter, i.e., you might say that it is no longer a gas.That is called a plasma. A plasma is usually considered a separate state of matter, i.e., you might say that it is no longer a gas.
Yes, it is a physical property.
Heterotrophic means " other eaters " which means these bacteria can not make their own food and much engulf it, whether other bacteria or plant like matter. Autotroph means " own food " and these bacteria preform photosynthesis.
Fire is matter that is in a state of flux. It is passing from a solid to a gas in the form of plasma output.
The fourth state of matter (after solid, liquid and gas) is considered to be plasma. Plasma is said to occupy almost 99% of our universe including sun.
"Aq" can serve as an abbreviation for "aqueous solution," in which a substance is dissolved in water. For this reason, the state, or phase of matter would be considered liquid.
Some bacteria in the world are considered to be anaerobic bacteria. Other bacteria in the world are considered to be aerobic.
no, because bacteria is considered to be a prokaryotae
A flame is not a substance like water or air. Rather, it is the result of heat and light energy so you can't really say what state of matter it is in. Think of it like this; asking what state of matter a flame is in would be like asking what state of matter light or heat are in. They are forms of energy, not substances.
There are threes states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. Music is considered a sound because it's heard. Sound is not classified as solid, liquid nor gas, hence it is not a state of matter.
no that's considered kidnapping which is illegal no matter which state your in
Not yet. Scientist are still debating whether it is or not.