What state of matter can be made at low temperatures?
This depends on each material: at low temperatures liquids
become solids and gases also liquids and after this
Solid state of any matter is assumed to be best conductor. But still its conductivity is not perfect. So, any conducting matter to become a perfect conductor must be cooled to extremely low temperatures to increase its conductivity and that state is known as super conductivity and the matter is known as superconductor.
According to the kinetic theory of matter does matter exist in three states of solids liquid and gas?
Many people know about the many states that all matter on earth can take. From solid to liquid and from gas to plasma, all of them have different properties which are what distinguishes one from the other. The gas state, for example is a state in which the matter has indefinite shape and volume, it also has a very low density and a high compressibility.
Plasma is known as the fourth state of matter. It can be found when gases are at extremely high temperatures. Our best known example is the sun, where much of the matter is in a plasma state. At lower temperatures, a plasma can be created when a low pressure gas is subjected to an electric field. Inside a fluorescent tube, a low pressure gas becomes a plasma when a high voltage is imposed across the…
Generally speaking, the state of matter tends to reflect the dissociation of bonds with increasing temperature. As you warm ice above 0 degrees Celcius, the fixed bonds of matter in the solid state disappear where one particular molecule is bonded to another specific molecule, and the matter turns into liquid. The intermolecular forces still exist, but the molecules do not associate with any particular other molecule anymore. When it turns to a gas above 100…