Two examples of Bose-Einstein condensates include superfluids, such as cold liquid helium, or superconductors, such as the nucleons inside a neutron star. Bose-Einstein condensates are another state of matter, similar to... More »

A Bose Einstein condensation, a state predicted by Einstein almost a century ago, is the unique state of matter in which certain types of atoms can exist in temperatures close to absolute zero. The Bose Einstein condensa... More »

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Matter can exist as a solid, liquid or gas. Matter has also been proven to exist in two extreme states as plasma and as a Bose-Einstein condensate. More »

The five phase changes of matter are solids, liquids, gases, plasmas and Bose-Einstein condensates. Elements are able to move between these phases when certain physical conditions exist. More »

A Bose Einstein condensation, a state predicted by Einstein almost a century ago, is the unique state of matter in which certain types of atoms can exist in temperatures close to absolute zero. The Bose Einstein condensa... More »

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Some examples of solids include ice, silver and glass. Solids are a form of matter that retains its shape and volume even when taken out of a confining space such as a laboratory container. More »

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Examples of gases include oxygen, nitrogen, helium, hydrogen, argon, fluorine, krypton, neon, radon, xenon and chlorine. These gases are single elements, though many gases are compounds or mixtures. Such gases include ca... More »