Plasma & collapsed.
They are called the states of matter.
There are three states of matter: * Solid (eg. ice) * Liquid (eg. water) * Gas (eg. steam)
There are 3 states of matter, solid, liquid and gas. It is neither gas or a liquid, so it has to be solid.
A marshmallow incorporates air in its structure. It is matter in a solid form, and a gas, which is the air.
No. The states of matter are Solid, Liquid, Gas, [Plasma] (there are some other esoteric states like Bose-Einstein condensates too)
Solid, liquid, gas are classical states of matter.
There are 3 basic states of matter Solid Liquid Gas
Solid, liquid, or gas.
The three principle states of matter are solid,liquid,gas
If a substance that exists in liquid state was not in liquid state then it was in its other states of matter namely solid, gaseous.
solid liquid and gas (the other states are plasma and Bose-Einstein condensates)
The three most familiar states of matter are solid, liquid, and gas.
the states of matter are solid, liquid, and gas.
States of matter is any solid, liquid, or gas.
Other than solid , liquid or gas we have other two states of matter ,Plasma and Bose Einstein condensate .
Typically: Solid, Liquid, and Gaseous States
Yes! Gas, liquid, and solid are just different states of matter.