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What affects the change in state of matter?
Regarding this, what causes matter to change state?
Adding or removing energy from matter causes a physical change as matter moves from one state to another. For example, adding thermal energy (heat) to liquid water causes it to become steam or vapor (a gas). And removing energy from liquid water causes it to become ice (a solid).
Furthermore, what is the effect of pressure in change of state of matter? Effect of change of pressure on matter: By applying pressure we can bring the particles of matter closer and closer. So by applying pressure solids can be converted into liquids and further applying more pressure liquids can be converted into gases.
Correspondingly, what are the factors that cause matter to change?
Physical changes are caused by forces like motion, temperature, and pressure. Chemical changes happen on a much smaller level. Most of these changes between molecules are unseen. Factors that affect the rate of chemical changes include: temperature, concentration, surface area, inhibitors, and catalysts.
What are the 15 states of matter?
Currently voted the best answer. Less familiar phases include: quark-gluon plasma; Bose-Einstein condensates and fermionic condensates; quantum spin Hall state; degenerate matter; strange matter; superfluids and supersolids; and possibly string-net liquids.