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What are the 5 states of matter?
Well look who's lucky. This is our lesson last week on my review class. Anyways,
To update you, there are now SIX (yep, six!) states of matter.
- Bose-Einstein Condensate
- Jahn-Teller Metal
I assume you know solid, liquid, and gas, so I'll just explain the other three, :)
Plasma - Ionized gas consists of positive ions . A very common example of this is the Sun, as well as stars in general.
Bose-Einstein Condensate- Dilute gas of boson cooled down to .
Jahn-Teller Metal- Discovered in the year 2015. A very new state of matter (shocking news right?). They are a HIGH temperature superconductors (and when I say HIGH, it is very high).
Note: Bose-Einstein Condensate and Jahn-Teller Metal are mostly being used in the field of Physics. We, I, chemists, deals only with solid, liquid, gas, and plasma.