No, many substances exists in all three states of matter.
Yes, water is the only substance that exists NATURALLY on Earth in all three physical states of matter-gas, liquid, and solid.
substance that exist in all three states of matter at normal temperature
it is water
MatterWater... it exists as a gas (steam), a liquid (water) and solid (ice).
They are the three states of matter.SolidLiquidGas
Wood is a combination of substances, it doesn't have to exists in each of the three states.
Solid , liquid and gas are involved. Water exists in all three states.
The classic states of matter are solid, liquid, gas and plasma.
There is no one element that fits this criterium. Every element can exist in 3 states of matter. Water, a molecule, can simultaneously exist as a solid, liquid and gas if that is what you are asking.
Water is liquid, when frozen it solidifies thus it is solid, when water dries it is evaporated and leaves gas (condensation). So water exists in all three physical states on earth.
The four states of matter are liquid, solid, gas, and plasma. The three states of matter solid, liquid, and gas are more commonly known, but plasma exists. Lightning is an example of plasma.
what are the characteristics of the three familiar states of matter
The three states of matter are solids, liquids, and gases.
By definition, the mass of a certain amount of substance is a constant regardless of the state it is in. But you should realize that there are actually four, not three, states of matter. Matter in the ionized state is called plasma, which comprises 99.99% of all visible matter in the universe.
The three states of matter are solid, liquid, and gas.