for you to be neither cold neither hot just normal
The most important factor is the temperature.
Temperature and pressure are important factors.
how temperature can bring about changes in the state of matter
Temperature. Temperature causes matter to change state.
The state of matter of aluminum at room temperature solid.
Bromine is in its liquid state of matter at room temperature.
the state of matter for oxygen at room temperature is a gas.
The state of matter at room temperature for nitrogen is gas.
If it were a solid at room temperature, then that would be the state of matter. However, hydrogen is NOT solid at room temperature. It is a gas and that would be the state of matter.
Argon state of matter at room temperature is gaseous.
the state of matter at room temperature for the element Europium is a liquid.
Platinum's state of matter at room temperature would be a solid.
Temperature is not related to changes in state of matter. The other way around would have been a better question: "How are changes in state of matter related to temperature"
at room temperature its state of matter is solid
The state of matter is a physical property at any temperature.
solid state at room temperature
The state of matter of a substance is determined by pressure and temperature.
When matter is changing state the temperature remains constant because the energy being put into the process is being used to change the state of the matter, whereas when the matter is not changing state, the energy being put into the process is used to raise the temperature.
The typical state of matter for ionic compounds at room temperature is solid.
State of matter can be changed by a few things, temperature mainly. Time can also change it, but mostly it is temperature.
Matter can change state with a change in temperature or a change in pressure.
Plasma state of matter
The temperature at which the matter goes from a solid state to a liquid state.
Matter changes state because of pressure and temperature.
Matter changes state due to increase or decrease in temperature.
The state of matter of Mercury is liquid in normal temperature and pressure. It melts or liquefies from solid state at a very low temperature of -38.80C.
The state of matter depends on the temperature (liquid, solid, gas, plasma).
The basic periodic table does not show the state of matter. This is partly due to the fact that the state of matter changes with temperature (and pressure). With some dynamic periodic tables you can view the state of matter as you change the temperature.
The state matter is in at that temperature depends upon the material in question and the units of temperature (degrees Celsius, degrees Fahrenheit, or Kelvins).
the change of state of matter
Yes - the state of matter.
The state of matter depends mainly on the temperature. As the temperature increases the tendency is to go from solid ----> liquid -----> gas
What is the state at room temperature for Niobium? It's a solid!
The temperature at which a substance that is in a liquid state of matter turns into the solid state of matter.
At room temperature, zinc is a solid. Therefore, its state of matter is solid.
The Plasma State of Matter. For Now. Researchers are not wasting their Time.
sulfers state of matter at room temp. is solid
Iron's state of matter at room temperature is solid.
The states of matter at room temperature are solid, liquid, and gas.
At room temperature its in gaseous state
Antimony state of matter at room temperature is a solid. It is a solid because it is a metal and its element name is Sb.
Temperature determines the state of matter. Think of water. depending on the temperature, it's either a solid, liquid or gas.
It is a solid at room temperature.
In room temperature it is a solid
solid at room temperature
Be is solid at Room temperature
the temperature and pressure.
Titanium metal would be in the solid state at room temperature.
I believe that at room temperature, Carbon resides in the state of Minnesota.
Temperature and Pressure are the two main factors that determine the state of matter.